CO+ Osteopathic Clinic

Osteopathy is an approach to health and wellness that is based on the philosophy and principles developed by Dr. Andrew Taylor Still, a 19th-century American physician.
This discipline focuses on the idea that the human body is an interconnected unit and that health depends on the balance between various body systems and structures.
Osteopathy is characterized by a holistic approach to patient care, where osteopaths consider the body as a whole rather than treating only isolated symptoms. Osteopaths, through an accurate differential analysis, thanks to some specific tests and the use of their hands, are able to diagnose and treat physical problems.

The practice is based on a few key ideas, including:

The body's self-healing:
It is believed that the body has the ability to heal itself when it is in a state of optimal balance.

Structure and function are interconnected:
Osteopaths believe that the structure of the body directly influences its function and vice versa.
Therefore, treatment focuses on correcting any structural dysfunctions to improve overall health.

Manual treatment:
Osteopaths primarily use their hands to manipulate tissues, joints and the spine in order to restore balance and function to the body.

Consideration of the psychological and emotional aspect:
Osteopaths take the patient's psychological and emotional well-being into account, as they believe these aspects are related to physical health.

In particular, the osteopathic approach in CO+ is a multidisciplinary approach of techniques that also derive from chiropractic, applied kinesiology, Touch for Health and medical fundamentals.

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