Osteopathic Physiotherapy

Osteopathy (also called osteopathic medicine) relies on hand contact for diagnosis and treatment. In respect of the relationship between the body, mind and spirit, in health and disease it emphasizes the structural and functional integrity of the body and its intrinsic tendency to heal itself.

Therapeutic Techniques

Osteopathic practitioners use a wide variety of manual therapeutic techniques to improve physiological function and / or aid homeostasis that has been altered by somatic (body structure) dysfunction, that is, impaired or altered function of related components. the somatic system, bone, articular and myofascial structures and related vascular, lymphatic and neural elements.

Holistic Approach

Osteopathic practitioners use their understanding of the relationship between structure and function to optimize the body's self-regulatory and self-healing abilities. This holistic approach to patient care and healing is based on the idea that the human being is a dynamic functional unit, in which all parts are interrelated, and that it has its own self-regulating and self-healing mechanisms.

Complementary & Alternative Practices

The practice of osteopathy is distinct from other health care professions that use manual techniques, such as physiotherapy and chiropractic, despite the overlap in the techniques and interventions used. As a personal and practical approach to patient care, osteopathy has contributed to medicine's body of knowledge of manual, complementary, and alternative practices.

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