- The term osteopathy comes from the ancient Greek and is a combination of the words ostéon “bones” and páthos “suffering”, therefore it can be translated to “suffering of the bones”.
- The osteopathy views the body as one. Organs, bones, connective tissue and muscles can therefore be treated with precision. It is also used to treat blockages of individual vertebrae in the spine.
- Osteopathy is a composition of manual therapy, chiropractic techniques, visceral therapy and craniosacral therapy.
- Osteopathy can achieve astonishing treatment success.