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General osteopathy


What is Osteopathy

Osteopathy is a manual therapy that aims to balance the body by releasing mechanical tensions and regaining mobility. To do so, your therapist will use different techniques including MSK, visceral, cranial, fascial.

Osteopaths treat all kind of patients of all ages. Pregnant women, babies, elderly or athletes. Anyone can benefit from a treatment.

The practitioner will take a holistic approach when managing their patient, meaning he will look at the whole person considering his physical, emotional, social wellbeing.
They may also provide advice on posture and exercise to aid recovery, promote health and prevent symptoms recurring.


Musculoskeletal system

Neck and back pain, scoliosis, joint's pain, tendinopathy, sprain, neuralgia, sports trauma, rib pain, jaw pain

Neurological system

Cervico brachial neuralgia, sciatica, cruralgia

Neuro Vegetative system

Stress related symptoms, sleeping disorders, anxiety

Digestive system

Reflux, nausea, bloating, constipation, hiatal hernia

Genito urinary system

Menstruation's pain, prevention of urinary infection

ENT system

Headaches, migraines, tinnitus, vertigo

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  • 1. Medical History
    During your first session, your practitioner will start by asking you some questions about your current complaint but also about your medical history, general health, lifestyle. If you have any medical examination reports (X-rays, MRI, scan) to support your complaint or your medical history, feel free to bring it with you as your therapist will have a look at it. After asking you these questions, your osteopath will be able to know if osteopathic treatment is suitable for you. If yes, she will then perform a physical examination and if no, will refer you to the competent professional or ask some further medical exam.
  • 2. Physical examination
    Your osteopath will perform an observation and some static/dynamic tests (by palpation) in order to evaluate the origin of the imbalance in your body causing the pain.
  • 3. Osteopathic treatment
    Your osteopath will use different techniques in order to release the tensions and reduce your discomfort. The choice of osteopathic techniques depends on the patient and the type of tensions. It is always performed with your consent as for the physical examination.
  • 4. Advices
    When the session is over, your practitioner will give you some important advices (lifestyle, ergonomics, exercises) to help you to recover and to prevent the pain for coming back.


The Practice benefits from a great location with free parking for our patients

Home Visits

I currently provide offer home visits in Ascain and surrounding areas


After my graduation, I specialised in paediatric and perinatal osteopathy


Osteopathy is a real passion, offering access to an endless learning curve


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