Osteopathy is a smooth and effective practical approach to health care based on the principle that the way your body moves, it influences the way it works. Osteopaths are highly competent health professionals, recognized by the WHO fully qualified to diagnose and treat independently.
In the world more than 30,000 people daily visit the osteopath, these patients suffer from a variety of disorders, cervical problems or back pain, muscle or joint pain, sports injuries, recurrent headaches, among others. These patients are pregnant women, children, people suffering from stress at work or the pain and stiffness associated with advanced age.
Osteopathy offers a wide range of approaches to maintaining health and managing disease. Osteopathy is based on the following principles for the treatment and management of the patient:
Osteopathy embraces the interplay of structural organizing dynamics and metabolic activities that give rise to form and function. It recognizes the inherent wisdom and intelligence within every cell. It seeks to recover what has been lost; to find the innate self-corrective principles that guide us, maintain us, and restore us. It taps that within us which is all-powerful. Osteopathy is the artful study and practical application of anatomy and physiology.