Osteopathy is a western method of therapeutic medicine.
The aim of an Osteopathic treatment is to restore the movements in all of the body's joints, thus increasing the blood flow in the affected joint.
The treatment is usually very delicate, but it can also be more assertive if necessary, and it depends on the patient and the patient's ailments.
An Osteopath uses extensive knowledge of anatomy, physiology and the biomechanics of the body to give a precise diagnosis.
The Osteopath finds the link between the different body systems and the main ailment, and then gives the optimal treatment relevent to the specific problem.
Osteopathy treats: Back pain, neck pain, knee pain, shoulder pain or any other articulation pain, but also any digestive problem, stomach ailment, and more general states affecting problems such as: sleep disorders, chronic fatigue or any cranium-related problems.