Osteopathy


What is Osteopathy ?

Osteopathy is a manual therapy that addresses functional disorders. It is at the same time a science, an art and a philosophy of health care. It is based on the concept that the organism is a whole. It follows that health requires the functional balance of all its structures.
Complementary medicine, she is interested not only in the physical symptoms, but also in the lifestyle, habits and overall health of the patient. Its specificity consists of a precise osteopathic diagnosis, to identify the dysfunctions of the body, the losses of mobility and to remedy it by appropriate manual techniques.
Osteopathy is a profession of health recognized and protected in Switzerland by a master HES.
Osteopaths are first-line therapists, highly skilled in health care. Through safe and effective manual techniques, osteopaths diagnose, treat, relieve pain and damage to the musculoskeletal system (muscles, bones, joints and associated tissues) as well as its relationships with other systems of the human body.

The osteopathic treatment answers a large number of indications, for patients of all physical conditions and all ages.

What is Osteopathy ?

Osteopathy is a manual therapy that addresses functional disorders. It is at the same time a science, an art and a philosophy of health care. It is based on the concept that the organism is a whole. It follows that health requires the functional balance of all its structures.
Complementary medicine, she is interested not only in the physical symptoms, but also in the lifestyle, habits and overall health of the patient. Its specificity consists of a precise osteopathic diagnosis, to identify the dysfunctions of the body, the losses of mobility and to remedy it by appropriate manual techniques.
Osteopathy is a profession of health recognized and protected in Switzerland by a master HES.
Osteopaths are first-line therapists, highly skilled in health care. Through safe and effective manual techniques, osteopaths diagnose, treat, relieve pain and damage to the musculoskeletal system (muscles, bones, joints and associated tissues) as well as its relationships with other systems of the human body.

The osteopathic treatment answers a large number of indications, for patients of all physical conditions and all ages.

Osteopathy is a profession of health recognized and protected in Switzerland by a master HES.
Osteopaths are first-line therapists, highly skilled in health care. Through safe and effective manual techniques, osteopaths diagnose, treat, relieve pain and damage to the musculoskeletal system (muscles, bones, joints and associated tissues) as well as its relationships with other systems of the human body.

The osteopathic treatment answers a large number of indications, for patients of all physical conditions and all ages.

Osteopathy is defined by the Osteopathic Business Standard :

"Osteopathy is, in a global understanding of the patient, to prevent, diagnose and treat manually the dysfunctions of the mobility of the tissues of the human body likely to alter the state of health". Osteopathy has a so-called "systemic" approach, it takes into account the interdependencies of the various elements and systems that make up the human body: anatomical, physiological, psychological, but also environmental factors.

When to consult ?

At any age, you can consult your osteopath for the following reasons :


  • Back pain
  • Joint pain
  • Muscle aches
  • Nerve pain: sciatica, cruralgia, cervico-brachial neuralgia
  • Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) account for 85% of occupational diseases. These are pathologies related to the posture, repetitive gestures or the efforts of the body.
  • Sprains
  • Tendonitis
  • Dizziness
  • Headaches
  • Jaws blocked
  • Growth Pathologies (Adolescents): Osgood Schlater's Disease, Sever's Disease ...
  • Chronic sinus diseases: sinusitis and chronic rhinitis, otitis ...
  • Digestive disorders: functional colopathy, constipation ...
  • Infant plagiocephaly (deformed baby's skull)
  • Regurgitation and colic of infants
  • Crying and baby's sleep disorder
  • Pregnancy tracking
  • Pain of the pubic symphysis