Appreciated for its natural approach and obvious results, Osteopathy is defined as an alternative manual medicine, which aims to restore your body’s balance and ensure your well-being.
All the structures of the body (skeleton, muscles, ligaments, joints, organs) are interdependent and can, in the event of dysfunction, cause pain.
The osteopath has his hands as his only tool. He is looking, thanks to a fine palpation, for a loss of mobility in the patient’s tissues which generates the perceived discomfort. The osteopath therefore goes beyond the symptoms. He studies his patient as a whole, physical and mental, in order to find and treat the cause of the problem.
The osteopath chooses the most suitable and comfortable technique for each patient, depending on their age and morphology.
Classified as first-line medicine, Osteopathy is not subject to a medical prescription.