Osteopathy is a patient-centered, primary healthcare discipline that highlights the interrelationship of body structure and function, facilitates the body’s innate ability to heal itself, and advocates a holisitic approach to all aspects of health and healthy development mainly through the practice of manual treatment.
Osteopaths treat pain every day. Pain is a warning sign that something is not right: it is a defense mechanism of the body to warn that there is a problem. But it also makes the body stop to avoid further damage; It’s a red light. Osteopaths diagnose the cause of pain and try to reduce the level of pain and suffering with body movement.. We help reduce tissue inflammation with different techniques, from massaging muscles and connective tissues to manipulating joints. This helps reduce muscle tension and muscle spasmand improve mobility, helping to create a healthier state in which damaged tissues can heal.