Osteopathy for senior

Senior, as the body changes through the years and stiffness makes everyday tasks more difficult to perform, osteopathy aims to restore mobility and quality of life.

As we get older, the body loses elasticity, increasing the chance of injuring the soft tissues and bony structures.

The body also loses some of its ability to recover from injury or strains.

A lot of people think that is untreatable and inevitable, and there are no alternative but to learn to live a lesser life with their pain.

When I should see an osteopath ?

  • Heartburn
  • Hiatal hernia
  • Bloating
  • Constipation
  • Diarrhea
  • Sprains
  • Tendonitis
  • Joint pain
  • Tear
  • Élongation

The earlier you start to begin taking care of your body, the higer your quality of life will remain for a longer amount of time.

Osteopathy’s techniques aim to maintain your health, mobility, balance, reduce further joint wear and tear and help you active in independant.

The osteopath also work with other healers to ensure a holistic approach to your healthcare.

3 methods to bring maximal effectiveness :

The cranial method

Cranio sacral therapy is a very gentle and its goal is to evaluate and improve the functioning of the craniosacral system.

Which is a system that joins the bones of the skull, the spinal column and the sacrum.

The visceral method

The osteopath tests the abdominal mobility and then, using proper techniques, returns the mobility necessary for the proper functioning of the viscera.

The structural method

It allows the treatment of the joints and the periarticular tissues.

The patient may feel a cracking, this is only an air bubble in the joint.