Osteopathy 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 history. Osteopathic medicine is an effective treatment for people of all ages (including babies) with physical problems caused by accidents, illness, sports injury, or aging.
Osteopathy is recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) and plays an important role within the modern healthcare system. 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.
At CMI osteopaths treat patients in a room designed with the patient’s comfort in mind equipped with clean dedicated consult-room and state-of-the-art electric adjustable tilt treatment couches. CMI facility has everything needed to receive treatment in a professional, calm, and relaxing environment, at the heart of Ho Chi Minh City.
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- 2013 – 2017: Integrated Master’s Degree in Osteopathy (M.Ost) – University College of Osteopathy London, United Kingdom
- 2020 – 2022: Neuroscience MSc – Université de Bordeaux Bordeaux, France
- 9/2016 – 12/2016: OsteoMAP – University College of Osteopathy London
- 4/2020 – 6/2020: Medical Neuroscience – Duke University through Coursera Remote Course
- 10/2022: Biopsychosocial management of patients with low back pain – University College of Osteopathy London
- 2018: Osteopath – Holista Sano Biarritz
- 2020: Osteopathic Educator – College Osteopathique du Pays Basque Biarritz
- 1/2017 – 5/2017: Community Fundraiser – University College of Osteopathy London
- 10/2017 – 11/2017: Osteopath – Hands of Solidarity Maratika, Nepal
- 2018 – 2020: Osteopath – Bidart Union Club Bidart
- Since 2021: Research Collaborator – COME Collaboration France
- 1/2022 – 6/2022: Research Internship in Neuroimaging – Imperial College London London
- Since 7/2022: Research Collaborator – University College of Osteopathy London
- International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine
University College of Osteopathy students’ attitudes towards psychosocial risk factors and non-specifific low back pain: A qualitative study. 2018.
- Society for Back Pain Research Meeting 2018
Research Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the Society in Groningen, Netherlands
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