Manual therapy, a holistic approach
Osteopathy is a form of manual medicine that aims to diagnose and treat restrictions in mobility that affect the balance of the body. If these restrictions become too great or too numerous, the body can no longer adapt. The physical adjustments that result from these blockages alter the optimal functioning of the body and various symptoms may appear such as pain, inflammation, migraines, stomach aches, lack of flexibility or even altered sensations, etc. An osteopathic approach aims to recover the mobility of different parts of the body and restore harmony and overall physical balance.
When to call an osteopath?
Osteopathic management is preventive, curative and holistic, that is to say that it addresses the patient as a whole. To do this, the osteopath has a wide range of techniques that he adapts to the patient's age, morphology, pain and emotional state.