What is Osteopathy ?


​Osteopathy is a form of manual medicine that was developed in 1874 by an American physician-surgeon Andrew Taylor Still.

​With a holistic approach to health conditions, osteopathy includes all aspects of clinical interaction including case history, examination, treatment and prevention strategies. While osteopaths aim to reduce pain and discomfort, they also look further to point out other elements that may have been contributing to a patient’s current symptoms. These elements are discussed with the patients, offering useful strategies to prevent future injuries.

​Osteopaths use a wide range of techniques for treatment based on the condition and the patient’s goals. These techniques can include massage, articulation, manipulation and exercise plans.

Osteopathic treatment can help with: