Movement is life. It is from this principle dating back to the dawn of time that osteopathy was born.
The osteopath stimulates by touch the natural ability of the body to find strength and balance. In seeking to harmonise mobility and the relationships between structures, osteopathy will improve the function of different anatomical systems so that the individual can adapt to the external environment.
The human body consists largely of water which is found at every level (bones, organs, muscles). Exchanges of fluids take place at this macroscopic level, but also the arterial and venous level and the microscopic cellular level. The essence of the osteopathic treatment is to improve the circulation of these fluids which will result in better vitality of tissues and a greater capacity to regulate itself.