Osteopathy is a manual therapy which makes it possible to treat many functional disorders by manipulations of the musculoskeletal and myofascial system.
When a joint or a body tissue loses its natural mobility, the surrounding anatomical structures are forced to adapt, which disrupts their functioning: this is osteopathic dysfunction.
This lesion will evolve, spread (sequence of lesions), disrupt the functioning of the body and be at the origin of functional pathologies.
The osteopath, thanks to a precise knowledge of anatomy, biomechanics, physiology and a fine palpation will look for osteopathic lesions.
The corrections of these lesions are gentle, painless and respect the tissues.
“The microbe is nothing, the land is everything. » Claude Bernard
The osteopath does not act on the disease but on the patient, giving him the opportunity to regain tissue integrity, to adapt, to repair himself and to increase his defenses, it is a method with a preventive and curative aim. can be used regardless of the patient’s age or pathologies.