Our life course since conception exposes us to lots of traumatisms or bad habits which disturb the mobility of various tissues. This leads to autoregulation disturbances which will, in the more or less long term, not only deteriorate various mechanical functions but also organs and that may induce or perpetuate diseases.

The hands of an osteopath, his capability to observe and synthetize information, help in building new perspectives, new researches, and a new language to accompany others from the core of their suffering towards wellbeing or healing.

Persons who confide themselves in the osteopath are more than mere bodies. They may be fragile, anxious and often miserable beings. The osteopath’s hand then becomes a bridge allowing to meet the other one. The hands, guided by a sensitive and patient osteopath, create a new language based on a dialog deprived of any interference; the hand on the person ensure a renewed, real, archaic relationship that outpaces words. The trick of spoken language is broken. Through his medical culture and his sense of touch, the osteopath is well equipped for this specific, human and free dialectic.

Osteopathy integrates many tools allowing to work on fascia, joint dysfunction, postural and walking troubles, adjusting to everyone’s needs.