Osteopathy is a manual approach whose objective is to restore the functionality of the structures and systems of the human body in order to optimize its self-regulation capacity. This practice is based on in-depth knowledge of the health sciences and interactions specific to the balance of the body.
Thanks to a fine and precise palpation, a complete and global evaluation makes it possible to investigate the cause of the neuro-musculoskeletal, visceral and cranial dysfunctions. Each treatment is specific and individualized.
Source: osteopathy Quebec


Osteopathy heals the still soft and malleable body of newborns by acting on the stresses that the baby has undergone during labor and delivery. It helps the baby to overcome the difficulties to swallow or to breathe, stomach aches, crying, earaches, problems of flat head or who always turns the same side. Mom is relieved!

Young children

are at the age of discovery of the world. Osteopathy assists them and ensures their healthy growth by allowing their bodies to live and move smoothly. After a big fall, an ugly flu or in the case of neck, knee or other pain, the osteopath gently works by relieving the sore areas. Thus, it allows kids to move and grow without suffering.


During this period, children attend several environments: school, friends, recreation. Their lives go beyond the reassuring surroundings of the house. By correcting the imbalances that arise, osteopathy encourages their body to find a healthy and adapted rhythm. Better in their bodies, children will have more ease to calm down, to concentrate, to sleep and ... to have fun!


Adolescence is a period of transformation during which multiple changes affect the young person and those around him. The osteopath facilitates the adaptation of the body during this demanding age where the child becomes an adult. By checking the state of the body's systems (circulatory, nervous, hormonal), it helps avoiding excessive pain, fatigue, stress, hormones or anger.

In adults,

the challenges of life are numerous; in addition to personal projects, there are also responsibilities, obligations and contingencies. Daily adaptation overloads the body, which, overtaken by events, becomes vulnerable. Osteopathy helps it by restoring the state of the neglected parts: the back, the head (the nerves), the limbs, the digestive system and more. Then he adjusts the rhythm so that the body self-heals.

The aging

of the body is a normal process. The weight of years and fatigue accumulate. The wear of its systems makes it more vulnerable to bad weather: flu, bronchitis and ailments are more common, joints move poorly, etc. Osteopathy slows this process by promoting circulation, relieving pain, restoring balance, and enhancing immunity. So many ways to help appreciate the golden age.

During pregnancy

and after childbirth, a woman's body undergoes many rapid and significant changes. To take full advantage of this experience, osteopathy provides pre- and post-treatment care to ensure flexibility and well-being of the pelvis, spine, improved breathing, and to address concerns about the impact of pregnancy on the woman's body.

Physical activity

needs to be done right, otherwise the risk of injury increases. The osteopath can identify the imbalances to heal them or to guide the athlete towards a resolution. It can repair the after-effects of trauma or prevent complications.

Source: Ostéopathie Québec