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Osteopaths rely on their hands to identify tensions and imbalances throughout the body. The approach, which is both curative AND preventive, is based on (1) a thorough knowledge of anatomy and physiology and (2) a holistic view of the human body.


This is a list of some of the many reasons to consult an osteopath, but don’t hesitate to consult for any discomfort, whether or not there is a readily identifiable physical cause.
  • Orthopedic and musculoskeletal systems:
Sprains, tendonitis, lower back pain, upper back pain, neck pain, intercostal pain, frozen shoulder, joint pain, scoliosis, groin pain, tailbone pain, jaw pain…
  • The neurological system:
Nerve pain (chronic neck and arm pain with tingling in hands, intercostal nerve pain, Arnold’s neuralgia), meralgia (pinched nerve in thigh), sciatica…
  • The cardiovascular system:
Circulatory disorders of the legs, venous congestion, hemorrhoids, edema (swelling), heart palpitations, tightness in chest…
  • The digestive system:
Bloating, hiatal hernia, hepatobiliary disorders (affecting the liver and/or biliary tract), colitis, constipation, gastric acid, indigestion…
  • The genitourinary system:
Gynecological pain and dysfunction, recurrent cystitis, functional infertility, organ prolapse, impaired sexual function, incontinence, osteopathic monitoring of pregnancy – before, during, and after – for baby, too!
  • The ENT (ears, nose, throat) and pulmonary system:
Runny nose / sinusitis / bronchitis / chronic bronchiolitis, headaches (including migraines), vertigo, buzzing or ringing in the ears (tinnitus), asthma…
  • The autonomic nervous system:
Depression, extreme nervousness, anxiety, trouble sleeping, spasmophilia, lack of concentration……
  • After a trauma:
Falls, fractures, sprains, the aftermath of a car accident… physical problems related to emotional trauma…  


1.        An osteopathic evaluation begins with careful questioning (type of pain, medical history, other current treatments). 2.        The evaluation proceeds with a clinical examination to identify the problem and ensure that osteopathic treatment is appropriate. 3.        The treatment itself can take from 45 to 60 minutes, during which time the osteopath provides explanations and answers any questions. 4.        After the treatment, the osteopath makes specific recommendations, e.g., concerning diet or exercise.  



        Craniosacral therapy is an osteopathic speciality involving the back of the skull and the base of the spine: it’s sometimes called ‘cranial osteopathy.’ It’s commonly applied to infants, including newborns, but anyone can benefit from the treatment. The osteopath uses touch to sense rhythmic movements in the skull, palpating to determine quality and range. These alternating movements are called the Primary Respiratory Mechanism.  


· Babies and children:
frequent spitting up, diarrhea or constipation, difficulty sleeping through the night, chronic bronchitis or ear infections, asymmetry of the head or body, congenital torticollis (wryneck)…
· Pregnant women:
Prevention: Treatment of the muscles and ligaments of the pelvis and the pelvic floor to allow optimum movement during childbirth…Healing: treatment of back pain caused by postural changes, respiratory and digestive problems (abdominal flexibility), sciatica…
· After pregnancy:
“baby blues”, digestive disorders, pain (in the pelvis, in the tailbone, after an episiotomy, during intercourse)…
· Teenagers:
malpositioned teeth and apparatus, posture, scoliosis…
· Sports:
Prevention: “check up” and counselling before an event…Healing: precise rebalancing after a shock or a fall, joint pain, tennis elbow, groin pain, failure to heal…
· Road Accidents:
the repercussions of whiplash, headaches, balance problems… (after medical imaging)
· After surgery:
localized pain, keloid scars, impaired overall functioning…
· Senior citizens:
fight the negative effects of osteoarthritis, improve the spinal curve by working on the “soft tissues” (muscles, ligaments, fascia)