Osteopathie
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Who and what can osteopath treat?

You can consult an osteopath at any age and for anything from top to toe... The osteopath will choose the most adequate and comfortable technique for each patient according to age, morphology, symptoms and primary lesions. He can treat infants, children, adults and the elderly...

The best thing to do is to consult on a purely preventive basis to avoid any bad surprise, as finding oneself unable to move. In fact, "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure". However, patients too often wait until the last moment before consulting...

Don't live any longer with recurring pains; consult an osteopath to establish an osteopathic assessment of your body.

It is easier and more coherent to treat minor disorders which have not yet turned into serious degradations rather than treating an exhausted body which has been in a state of chronic compensation for a long time... This evolution is often imperceptible, with some acute episodes that are quickly suppressed by drug. Indeed, drug seems effective because it removes or reduces symptoms. Yet, as drug does not treat the cause, the body ends up accumulating blockings and restrictions which exceed its adaptability. At that moment, disease breaks out.

To consult an osteopath from time to time, even if one does not feel sick, is a good means of preserving the body's balance and harmony to its highest level.


→ Backache
→ Limbs
→ At the visceral level
→ Pregnancy
→ The child
→ Orthodontics
→ Sport


Limits:
Osteopathy does not claim to cure everything. The osteopath knows its limits and is able to advise his patients to have complimentary examination when it is necessary: this will save you from wasting time and money. No real osteopath will claim to be able to cure cancer, AIDS, multiple clerosis, etc. In serious cases, one cannot possibly do without surgery, radiotherapy or chemotherapy when they prove to be necessary. But osteopathy makes it possible to better support these treatments, even to reinforce their effectiveness and to reduce the symptoms of the disease by giving relief and comfort to the patient.

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