What is osteopathic medicine?
Osteopathic medicine is a manual therapy that works to restore the structure and function of the body to a state of balance and harmony. It gets to the origin of the patient’s health problem rather than just treating the symptoms. The osteopath takes a holistic (global) approach to treating the patient by considering his lifestyle and medical histories. Osteopathic medicine is an effective treatment for people of all ages (including babies) with physical problems caused by accident, illness, sport’s injury or ageing. Osteopathic medicine is recognized by the World Health Organization and plays an important role within the modern healthcare system.
How does osteopathic medicine work?
Osteopathy is drug free and works to restore the structure and function of the body to a state of balance and harmony (homeostasis), allowing the body to heal itself gradually. Osteopaths work in close collaboration with MD who diagnose and treat illnesses, helping to optimize medical or surgical treatments if needed.
Nicolas Dupaux is Osteopath F.O.D. (French recognized Osteopath Diploma).
He uses mainly craniosacral, myofascial and structural therapies.
Specialised in sport medicine.
Ophelia Bartmann is Osteopath F.O.D. (French recognized Osteopath Diploma).
She uses visceral, craniosacral, myofascial and structural therapies.
Specialised in Pediatrics, Pregnancy, Sport.
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