Osteopathy is a system of manual treatment that was founded late 1800s by Dr. Andrew Taylor Still, he believed that the human body is a mechanism in which the structure and function are correlated to one another so any departure from the normal, in structure or mechanism is a potential cause of disease or dysfunction in some organs or part of the body.


Osteopathy strongly believes that the body works as a unit which mean that the body from head to feet is indivisible and is a chain of linked mechanisms that work together in unison. Osteopathy use  a manipulative techniques designed to release bony and soft tissue restrictions in order to improve chances of healing, this will brings as a consequence an improvement in the Quality of life.


The primary goal of Osteopathy is to improve the quality of life for each patient using a variety of manual techniques that are intended to:


  • Improve tissue flexibility

  • Increase the range of motion of the joints

  • Induce relaxation of the body

  • Reduce soft tissue inflammation

  • Decrease any restriction

  • Diminish the level of pain

  • Improve General Wellness


With manual Osteopathy, we can treat a diversity of conditions such as:


  • Back and neck pain

  • Tendinitis/Tendinopathies

  • Bursitis

  • TMJ dysfunctions

  • Sport injuries

  • Sacroiliac pain

  • Whiplash

  • Nerve pain

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Headaches


Among others.