Osteopathy is a therapy that sees the patient as a whole unit and It uses different types of manual techniques 🙌.

The treatment is based on the patient, not on the pain, and this is why it will not be the same for each person (even if the symptoms are similar).

🌱The techniques used during the treatment address different systems of the body
(musculoskeletal, fascial, circulatory, nervous, visceral and psychosocial) and the final goal is to reduce/eliminate the pain, improve the person’s balance and achieve the wellbeing.


🔸Improve the postural balance and reduce the overload: osteopathy scans the
entire body for disorders to reduce pain, prevents it from coming back and it
improves posture;

🔸Improve joint and muscle functionality;

🔸Improve circulation: osteopathy promotes blood supply and drainage to an inflamed region removing local and distant tensions;

🔸Reduce the pain nervous signal: manual techniques send signals to the nervous
system to decrease the pain and promote healing;

🔸Improve the functionality of internal organs: stress and tensions in our body can
affect the organs. The effect can be local (stomach/esophagus-> gastric reflux)
or distant (stomach/esophagus-> dorsal region pain). Osteopathy reduces
tensions close and far from the organs, improving their functionality.

🔸Reduce inflammation: working on the different systems;

🔸Reduce stress and promote psychophysical wellbeing: osteopathy rebalances
the nervous system with different techniques and craniosacral therapy, reducing
the pain.