What is Osteopathy?

Osteopathy is a manual therapy that helps prevent, diagnose and heal functional disorders that can affect all structures of the human body.

Osteopaths act directly on functional disorders of the body and some diseases.

With the treatment, a gain of mobility is obtained in the treated structures. Thus, the body will be balanced, according to the principle of homeostasis, towards a state of well-being.

What are its fields of application and limits?

The fields of application of Osteopathy are wide.

Osteopathy is recommended for everyone, from the baby to the elderly person, thanks to the fact that the Osteopath can adapt his panel of manipulation techniques according to the patient he is treating, taking into account his life history, experiences and the various pathologies he may present.

The Osteopath is also capable of handling neurovegetative imbalances and somato-emotional disorders.

However, as broad as its field of action are, Osteopathy has its limits.

Thanks to his knowledge in semiology and physiology, and after performing the indicated orthopedic and medical tests, the Osteopath is able to detect in his patient any sign of organic, degenerative or inflammatory pathology. If necessary, the Osteopath will redirect the patient to his or her specialist physician.

Systems that the Osteopath can treat:





Artery & veins


For whom is the Osteopathy?

Pregnant woman


Child and Adolescent



Elderly person