What is osteopathy?
Osteopathy is an alternative Medicine. Its aim is to prevent and care for physical dysfunction with an application of gentle manual techniques.
What makes it different?
Osteopathy differs from other manual therapy in its philosophy and evaluation. An osteopath Is constantly searching for the root cause of physical dysfunctions, and because the body is made up of muscles, bones, organs, liquids and more, the therapist will assess all of these aspects in order to consider the body as a whole. This is called a holistic approach.
What is the philosophy of osteopathy?
The body has healing and auto-regulating capacities. Sometimes a physical dysfunction will impair the body’s ability to heal. the osteopath doesn’t heal the body, the body heals itself. The osteopath only facilitates that process by removing the barriers that impair the body’s innate healing capacity. It depends on the condition. But generally, 1 to 3 visit is sufficient to have results. Chronic cases can require more repeated care but are less common.
What conditions can be helped?
Considering what was said before, virtually everything that has a physical dysfunction as a cause can be helped by an osteopathic professional. It also has to be a functional dysfunction, which means that an osteopath does not repair tissue or heal medical conditions. People consult for a wide variety of ailments, we recommend that people consult a doctor to make sure that their condition is not a medical one before consulting an osteopath.
OSTEOPATHE (D.O.): Stéphane Baudin Graduated from the Collège d’Études Ostéopathiques de Montréal. Being a yoga and gymnastics practitioner, he is passionate about postural equilibrium and the body’s biomechanical function. He is trained in traditional osteopathy, of which he fully embraces the holistic philosophy, and continuously participates in various osteopathic seminars for the well-being of his clients. He enjoys to intervene a wide variety of people from babies to the elderly. He is also developing a particular interest in therapeutic exercises, the interventions of concussions and nutrition. He enjoys meditation, reading and the great outdoors. To book an appointment with Stéphane Beaudin at Energie EnCorps in the West Island : http://bit.ly/2zpplNq or call (514) 505-9642.
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