Doctors of osteopathy start out with
the premise that the human organism is a healthy, functioning system.
But our well-being and health are negatively influenced by smaller or larger accidents, operations, infections, one-sided physical strain as well as emotional stress and a range of life-style and nutritional habits.
The arising tension and restrictions of movement lead to an accumulation of compensational patterns that can only be maintained by a huge amount of energy.
The osteopath's work is to find and diagnose these at times quite subtle tension strains and restrictions of movement, and treat them with a respectful, manual approach.
Dear patients –
please be aware that for legal reasons I am not allowed to list all possible areas of osteopathic treatment.
I am happy to talk to you about when osteopathy is useful and when it’s not, and discuss which form of treatment makes sense for your situation.