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A global view of the body thanks to a cranial, visceral, and structural approach, which acts as much on the articular and tissue mobility (the concept of fascia) as on the circulation of fluids and the blood perfusion of the body structures. This connective tissue lattice is engrammed following the different shocks of life (physical and psychological).
Osteopathy is a tool that, thanks to its approach and techniques, allows the facial system to regain its "healthy tensegrity," i.e., its ability to stabilize itself naturally.
Tensegrity was a concept used as a model in cellular biomechanics to explain the strength of structures. Tensile structures are reticulated systems consisting of spatially isolated quasi-rigid elements compressed by a continuous network of elastic elements in tension.
The system is therefore self-constrained: it is the set of elastic forces exerted on the skeleton of the cells that solidly maintains their shape and consequently the entire structure.
Osteopathy acts on this fragile balance, which cannot be too rigid (tissue fibrosis); otherwise, it is the beginning of pathological processes. Osteopathy defibrates the tissues to give them back their elasticity (mobility is essential to tissue life).
- Joint pain
- Disc problems, root problems,...
- Cardiovascular and neurological disorders
- Digestive and genito-urinary disorders