Osteopathy is a manual therapy based on tissue manipulation. Its fundamental principle is the restoration of mobility.

As the body is made up of different interconnected parts, any blockage in the muscles, tendons, viscera, joints, or skull can have repercussions throughout the body.

Good mobility allows the circulation of fluids, nerve information, and an optimised musculoskeletal system which promotes physiology and health.

The osteopath releases tension and treats the body as a whole by putting it back into motion with the help of gentle manipulations.

When to consult an ostéopathe?

INSPECTION: The osteopath interviews the patient to discover the reason for the consultation, the bio-psycho-social context, the personal, medical, and family history, the lifestyle, and the diet to find the cause of the symptoms.

EXAMINATION AND PRACTICE: The osteopath physically examines the patient, their posture, the movements of their joints, their viscera, and their organs. The osteopath then manipulates them gently to restore mobility to those areas which have little or no mobility.

THE CONCLUSION: At the end of the session, the patient leaves with recommendations to continue and optimise the desired effects. They can resume their daily activities and just avoid unusual efforts for 48 hours. As the follow-up depends on the reason for the consultation and the treatment implemented, one or more sessions may be necessary at a pace to be defined together.

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