We cannot improvise as osteopaths.

The osteopath relies on in-depth knowledge of anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, human pathologies in addition to knowing and mastering hundreds of osteopathic techniques. It looks for the cause of your problem instead of focusing only on the symptoms. The detailed questionnaire, observation and a developed sense of palpation constitute his main analytical tools for a good osteopathic approach.

The osteopath must therefore acquire a very fine palpation to be attentive to the tissues he is evaluating and treating. Every act is done for a specific purpose, with respect and empathy. The osteopath refrains from any judgment towards the patient. He establishes a relationship of trust with his patient in order to carry out a work plan that will meet his needs.

The wholeness of the patient is not only seen through his body but also through his personality, his lifestyle, his psycho-emotional state and his spirituality.

Your osteopath must have been trained in recognized schools which essentially respect the quality standards of the benchmarks defined by the World Health Organization and the World Osteopathic Health Organization.