Balance between structure and function
Osteopathy is a diagnostic and treatment system, effective in a great variety of musculoskeletal problems in patients of all ages.
Osteopathy is based on the principle that a person’s well being depends on the correct function and integration between the systemic, nervous and musculoskeletal systems. Restoring balance in the body is the osteopath’s main aim.
A specialised osteopath promotes restoration of mobility, relaxation of the body and improvement of the health of the nervous and musculoskeletal systems thanks to manual therapy techniques such as mobilisation, manipulation and soft tissue.
- The efficacy of the osteopathic treatment derives from:
- An adequate case history on the patient’s symptoms and general health;
- A detailed assessment;
- A global therapeutic approach characterized by manual therapy and exercises.
Professionalism at the service of the patient
Thanks to an approach that is always focused on the needs of the patient, the service offers the possibility to consult with other health professionals in order to achieve the best results from the treatment and return to a normal life.
Common conditions successfully treated with osteopathy include:
Lower back pain, cervical pain, whiplash, migraines, acute & chronic musculoskeletal problems, sciatica and management of musculoskeletal symptoms during pregnancy.
Treatments can include:
Manual therapy, taping, exercises.