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Osteopathy: for whom?

We are more than the simple sum of our body parts. This is the reason why osteopathy is addressed to individuals, rather than just treating specific symptoms.

Osteopathy tries to understand the connections between the body’s different systems, and how each of them influences the rest. That’s why osteopathic treatments turn out to be effective and why, from children to adults, everyone can benefit from them.

Paediatric osteopathy

Thanks to gentle manipulations and soft techniques, osteopathy turns out to be effective in paediatric age against:

  • Plagiocephaly
  • Child colics
  • Chronic respiratory infections
  • Chronic ear infections
  • Suction difficulties
  • Scoliosis and postural problems

Gynaecological osteopathy

The recommendations for osteopathic treatments for women are as follows:

  • Menstrual cycle disorders
  • Menstrual pain
  • Pain during coitus
  • Subfertility
  • Post-pregnancy rebalancing

Athletic osteopathy

To prevent or rebalance alterations of the musculoskeletal apparatus through a postural an biomechanic evaluation of the technical gesture. The osteopathic diagnosis can also help an athlete in case of:

  • Muscular illness
  • Joint illness
  • Specific illnesses (epicondylitis, sprains, Osgood-Schlatter disease…)

Osteopathy for health

The osteopathic approach centres around the patient’s health. These are a few issues that can be treated:

  • Cervical pain
  • Lumbar pain
  • Sciatic pain
  • Headache
  • Trauma-related joint and muscular pain
  • Balance alterations
  • Chronic fatigue, stress, states of anxiety
  • Gynaecological, urogenital and digestive disorders

Osteopathy uses hands to diagnose diseases and injuries and encourage the body to heal itself. A new form of therapy, research-oriented, that carries with it the wisdom of the manual healing skill.