OSTEOPATHY

Maintaining your balance.

Osteopathy is a science, an art and a philosophy of health care, supported by innovative scientific knowledge.

It’s considered an alternative medicine that is soft and largely manual.

All injuries (stress related, accidents, birth related, illness related, etc..) that we experience, causes an imbalance in our body that may not be well adapted.

The osteopath, with his thorough knowledge of the human body (anatomy, biology, neurophysiology), aims to restore this balance.

Through various mobility tests, whether articular (spinal or peripheral), visceral or cranial, he assesses the status of various body systems. For this purpose, he uses different types of palpation in order to evaluate the shape, tension, position and mobility of body structures analyzed.

The osteopathic examination will be followed by an interpretation of data (evaluating data relationships and their impact on the body) to reach a conclusion and choose the appropriate manual techniques in order to solve the problem.

 

Applications of Osteopathy:

Musculoskeletal disorders: acute or chronic pains, sports injuries, back and neck pain, joint pain, perinatal pain, joint problems caused by repetitive motion, etc..

Circulatory disorders of the lower limbs and upper limbs.

Digestive disorders: flatulence, constipation, gastric acidity etc..

Genitourinary disorders and pain.

Neurological disorders: depression, stress, anxiety, sleep disorders, etc..

Prevention: Pregnancy and newborn follow-up and as needed when tension builds up.

Duration: 45 minutes to 1 hour.