Osteopathy is a non-conventional diagnostic and therapeutic system based on the body's movement quality. The treatment is completely manual, and considers individuals as a whole and as a part of their environments.

Osteopaths are recognised for their ability to treat pain and problems relating to the muscle and skeletal system, including various types of back pain.
According to a study performed among 3000 osteopaths, more than half of their consultations relate to the spine (back).

Amongst other conditions, they are qualified to treat the following acute and chronic pathologies:

  • Sprains
  • Sports injuries
  • Neck pain, should pain, back pain, etc.
  • Discus hernia
  • Scoliosis, hyperlordosis etc.

Although it is better for a physiotherapist (or doctor) to perform osteopathy, one should remember the fact that osteopathy is not a specialism within physiotherapy. Osteopathy and physiotherapy are, without differing greatly from one another, fundamentally complementary.


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