Osteopathy is the branch of medicine that seeks to solve the cause of pain, following the theoretical foundations of Anatomy and Physiology. It is essentially a conservative therapeutic practice in the sense that it does not intend to alter or destroy body parts, its ultimate goal being to help regulate the body while maintaining its integrity.
By treating the body through manual and natural physical processes without the use of utensils or chemicals, the ideally painless and pleasant Osteopathy treatment processes allow the neurological, intestinal, renal and immune systems to be spared from overloads and drug poisoning.
Osteopathy, being a directly applied therapeutic practice, treating pain in various parts of the body such as the head, neck, back, lower back, pelvis, legs and feet, allows a close and thorough assessment of the patient health condition.
Osteopathy is intended for people of all ages and genders who have musculoskeletal pain.