Osteopathy is a therapeutic approach that includes three spheres: musculoskeletal with its manual mobilizations, myofascial relaxation techniques and fascia work, the visceral sphere which consists in relaxing the tensions of the organs by gentle mobilizations, then the sphere. cranial which includes very precise and soft correction techniques as well as intra-oral techniques to harmonize the entire sphere.
Osteopathy is generally based on four fundamental principles: Self-healing which is based on the concept that the body has the ability to heal itself of its dysfunctions through a first corrective gesture on the part of the osteopath. Secondly, the unity of the body which consists in considering the body as a whole. Thirdly, the structure governs the function, which means that if the structure (for example a muscle) is in osteopathic dysfunction, its function (thus the movement, the support etc.) will be altered and vice versa. In the very last, the artery is supreme which consists in understanding the importance of the fluidic balance of the body, as much of the arteries, the veins as the lymphatic channels.