Osteopathy is a form of manual therapy that uses gentle manipulative techniques to restore proper alignment and function within all body tissues and structures. It is a holistic therapy, meaning the interconnectedness of all parts and systems of the body are acknowledged. It aims to treat physical dysfunction to return the body to normal health so it can heal and regulate itself as it is supposed to do.

Osteopathy can help with, but is not limited to, pain and injury (chronic and acute); posture and structural alignment; blood circulation and lymphatic drainage; nervous system disturbances; reducing symptoms of long-term illness; breathing difficulties; reproductive health; digestive disturbances.