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OSTEOPATHY

Osteopathy is an exclusively manual approach whose objective is to restore mobility to the various tissues of the human body in order to increase its capacity for self-regulation (self-healing). By considering the body as a whole and the interaction of the different body systems that make it up, the osteopath tries to identify the cause (s) of discomfort, whether of muscular, skeletal, neurological, vascular or postural origin. Through all the structures of the human body there is the possibility of movement, of sliding, and of malleability: muscles, tendons, ligaments and bones. Therefore, the osteopath assesses and intervenes in the head, thorax, abdomen, spine, arms and legs.

The osteopath does not treat clients with an acute medical condition. In this case, it is recommended to consult a doctor.