Pain Management / Rehabilitation Programs
Wish to understand your body ? Avoid injuries ? Release joint blockages ?
Treat an acute or chronic pain ? Recover after surgery or injury ?
Osteopathy - Movement & Function
An osteopath is a health professional trained in a 5 to 6 years full time specific cursus involving medical courses, theory, anatomy, biomechanics, and a lot of practice.
Osteopathy is a first contact primary healthcare profession; it is a system of diagnosis and treatment.
An osteopath is a highly trained therapist that will be able to treat a wide range of conditions: back/neck pain, headaches, breathing issues, digestive problems, treatment of infants ……
Osteopaths are very efficient for pain management treatment and will be able to improve the range of motion and decrease the pain quickly after the first treatment in most cases.
Sport osteopathy will provide help to handle joint pain and injury, it will enhance body’s recovery. Most importantly it has an important role on injury prevention by finding, treating imbalances, dysfunctions that will lead to pain or injury.
The difference with a physiotherapist: a physiotherapist is more adapted for long process therapies such as rehabilitation after a surgery or trauma. The physiotherapist will focus on the muscular system by releasing it or strengthen it through exercise.
The difference with a chiropractor: an osteopath is concerned by a global approach of the body looking for the root(s) of the issue(s) and will be able to work on different systems: muscular, joints, fasciae, digestive, cranial …, while a chiropractor will focus on the spine and joints.
After Pregnancy Rehabilitation
Post surgery / injury
Physiotherapists are health practitioners.
They focus and work mainly on the muscular system. They will be able to assess, organise a treatment plan, provide exercises or manual therapy to the patient.
Physiotherapists follow their patients during the process of recovery after a surgery or an injury.
A health profession concerned with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system, and the effects of these disorders on the function of the nervous system and general health.
A chiropractor uses manual treatment that focuses on the spine and other joints of the body, and their connection to the nervous system.
The word “chiropractic” means “to be done by hand.” Chiropractors use adjustments to restore joint function and support the nervous system. They help patients maintain optimal health while avoiding unnecessary drugs or surgery.