Who does osteopathy benefit to //
Osteopathy is addressed to all: adults, sportsmen, infants, pregnant women, and seniors.
You can seek help from an osteopath without doctor's prescription.
However, in case of contra-indication, the osteopath will refer the patient to his(her) general practitioner.
When seek for an osteopath //
The osteopath considers the body as a whole, and does not solely treat the symptoms (such as pain), but goes further to look after the cause (such as joint disorder).
Osteopathy is therefore effective in treating older or poorly-treated injuries that are chronic as well as more acute conditions.
Osteopathy is also beneficial as a preventative measure against recurring patterns of pain and discomfort.
Most commonly seen conditions //
Low back pain, sciatica, chest pain, neck pain, torticollis, whiplash, cervico brachial neuralgia, intercostal neuralgia...
Upper and lower limbs
Tendinitis, repetitive sprain, muscle stiffness, tennis or golfer's elbow, painful or hypomobile joints, scapulohumeral periarthritis, shin splints, plantar fasciitis...
Opening/mastication/swallowing issues, ear/ mandibular pain, headaches, teeth grinding, tinnitus, painful dental treatment...
Headaches, migraines, occipital neuralgia, tension headache, sinusitis...
Irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, acid reflux, swollen abdomen...