What is Osteopathy
Osteopathy is a physical therapy that primarily uses gentle ‘hands-on’ techniques. It was developed in the early 1870′s in the United States of America by Dr. Andrew Taylor-Still. His insightful and unique approach to medicine led to the development of Osteopathy as a system of integrative healthcare that recognises the human body should be treated as a whole, not simply constituent parts.
Osteopaths are primary care practitioners who specialise in the treatment of the neuro-muscular-skeletal system to provide a holistic approach to the treatment of a wide variety of conditions and painful problems.
To see if Osteopathy could help you please contact the Osteopathic Association of South Africa or contact your local Osteopath though our ‘Find An Osteopath‘ page
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