Osteopathy is the interconnection of all systems in the body. Musculoskeletal, myofascial, organs, circulatory, nervous system. The human body as a whole; emotional, spiritual and physical.

What is osteopathy?

Osteopathy is a hands-on manual therapy approach that aims to look at the person as a whole. Rather than viewing every body part and symptom separately, osteopathy has the philosophy that everything is connected and interrelated. 

Alteration in the structure of the body leads to reduced or impaired function in the organs and tissues. Compensation gradually builds up until symptoms appear and the body is no longer able to accommodate more change.

The goal of osteopathy is to restore proper balance and function in the body. It works to balance your nervous, circulatory and lymphatic systems, improving your range of motion and relieving discomfort or other symptoms.

How can osteopathy help?

Osteopathic Manual Treatments involve a variety of gentle and non-invasive techniques. 

Myofascial release; osteopathic treatment techniques. Release of muscles and fascia. For neck tension, back pain, tennis elbow.

Myofascial Release

Myo= muscles

Fascial = connective tissue

Fascia is a web-like covering of connective tissue that supports and protects the muscles and organs. It is normally supple, resilient and glide's easily over the muscles. 

-Poor posture 

-Frozen shoulder, sciatica, plantar fasciitis 

- nerve entrapment & impingement, whiplash

Cranial techniques. Helps balance nervous system. Reduce headaches. Boost energy. Reduce vertigo, tinnitus and ear aches.


To improve balance between the parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous system. To improve cranio-sacral motility. Enhance inherent vitality.

-Headaches & migraine 

-TMJ pain 

-Stress & anxiety

-Lower back & tailbone pain

Scar tissue release post c-section, hip surgery, appendicitis removal.

Scar Tissue

Gentle scar tissue release to reduce pain, adhesions and darkening of the scar tissue. Adhesions of the scar tissue can create pulling of the surrounding fascia which limits the well-functioning of the muscles, organs, circulation of the area.

-Caesarean section 

-Joint surgery

-Injury; muscle tear, tendon rupture 


Joint mobilization by manual therapy will help improve mobility of the spine, shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, ankle and foot. Reduce perception of pain.

Joint Mobilization

Improve postural balance and posture alignment. Increase range of motion of the musculoskeletal body.  

-Foot, ankle, knee pain 

-Shoulder and elbow injuries

-Neck and back pain

Visceral osteopathy can improve digestion, reduce acid reflux symptoms.

Visceral Osteopathy

Gentle manual therapy of the organs of the abdominal cavity. Release the restriction of the viscera to improve its movement, enhance its function and limit its effect on the musculoskeletal and circulatory system.

- Acid reflux & GERD 

-Constipation and bloating 

-Liver and gallbladder dysfunction

-Menstrual cramps & overactive bladder

Lymphatic drainage to reduce swelling in legs, arms. Accelerate healing process.

Lymphatic Drainage

Improved drainage of lymph fluid from the swollen area. Lymphatic drainage is preventative and remedial.


-Swelling caused by sports injuries and surgery

-Acceleration of the healing process