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Dr. Andrew Taylor Still
Dr. Andrew Taylor Still
Founder of Osteopathy

The medical concept of osteopathy

"Osteo" stands for bone and "pathy" for disease. This translation suggests that osteopathy represents the treatment of bone diseases. In its wider context however, osteopathy is a systemic manual medicine which treats the cause of the disease.

The osteopathic approach

The comprehensive medical history of the patient provides the osteopath with important clues for an adequate, complete body treatment.

An osteopathic evaluation is done before each treatment to reveal the important indicators for treatment. These include functional assessment, mobility of the spine, ribs, joints and internal organs and the elasticity of the tissue.

Osteopathy is a manual (i.e. with the hands) therapeutic approach which treats not only the skeletal system, but the body as a single unit.

Osteopathy is based on the principle that all body systems (bone, blood, nervous, lymphatic and hormone systems etc.) are interconnected and depend on mutual cooperation.

The organs for example influence the skeletal system and vice versa. A lack of or stressed movement of various body systems can cause poor circulation resulting in a lack of transport of the body's waste products. This in turn disturbs self regulation and self-healing eventually causing disease.

Osteopathy treats the cause of the disease by utilizing gentle techniques. The osteopath works with your body to create the perfect conditions to encourage the natural healing process.

Osteopathy is a scientifically proven medical field which requires detailed knowledge of anatomy, physiology and biochemistry.

Tinnitus, digestive problems, incontinence, premenstrual symptoms can be successfully treated with osteopathy. Infants and children with problems stemming from trauma at birth or later are among the typical patients for osteopathy.

Osteopathic medicine has effective treatments for

  • all problems of the musculoskeletal system (back and neck pain, herniated discs, tension, recurring tendonitis, foot-, knee-, hip- and shoulder pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis-/golf-elbow etc.)
  • headache, migraine, dizziness
  • constipation, heartburn, liver and bile disorders, autonomic nervous system disorders
  • menstruation, pregnancy and prostate problems
  • recurrent sinusitis
  • recurrent otitis
  • reduced sensory response
  • weakened vital capacity and performance ability
  • burnout syndrome


Children and infants

  • wry neck (torticollis) / preference for one side
  • crying child disease, infant gastro oesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
  • three-month-colic
  • recurrent otitis
  • hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
  • cranial asymmetry
  • language and learning disorders
  • poor concentration



  • relapsing-remitting muscle strain
  • increase in vital capacity, stamina and performance
  • strengthening the immune system
  • injury prevention and resistance

Manipulative Treatment Methods

 Adapted to the needs of the patients, the osteopathic treatment of the below listed main bodily systems varies from a very gentle to an intense method of application.


The parietal system

The musculoskeletal system with all its bones, joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments, etc.

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The visceral system

The internal organs and their blood / lymph vessels, nerves and fascia.

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The cranial-sacral system

The skull, sacrum and their compounds, as well as the nervous system, the brain mater and liquids.

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