Osteopathy is a method of care that is used to identify and treat mobility restrictions that can affect all the structures that make up the human body.
Any loss of mobility of the joints, muscles, ligaments or viscera can cause an imbalance in the state of health. Osteopathy is based on the body’s ability to self-balance and a thorough knowledge of anatomy.
Osteopathy is based on three original concepts:
the hand, tool of analysis and care;
taking into account the totality of the individual;
the principle of tissue balance.
It requires specific skills, a thorough knowledge of the functioning of the human body and interactions between each of its systems.
It prevents and cures many physical disorders and also acts on the nervous, functional and psychological. It helps everyone to manage, in a responsible and autonomous way, their “life capital” for a better everyday life.