Relieve and prevent pain with osteopathy
The fact that we stand out as physiotherapists does not exclude us from doing the same as osteopaths. Regardless of the therapy, our watchword is excellence. And that is why we offer you efficient and highly beneficial osteopathy sessions as a follow up to your physiotherapy treatment, or to work on or prevent a pain point which troubles you daily.
Osteopathy in a nutshell
Osteopathy, a manual therapy, was founded in the United States in 1873 and is now widely practised and recognised in France. Unlike other therapies which treat one specific area, osteopathy treats the entire individual to preserve comfort or relieve pain. It is, therefore, a therapy which is based on the connections between the body, mind, health and illness to establish a precise diagnosis and treat any restriction to mobility which may unbalance the human body.
In other words, even if you feel pain in the right shoulder, an osteopath may concentrate on areas which are far from the pain itself.
When should you see an osteopath ?
Osteopathy and physiotherapy often go hand-in-hand, but not always: it’s a good idea to see an osteopath if you are experiencing a functional disorder such as discomfort, stiffness, pain or lack of mobility, or to have a check-up. At the Kléber Physiotherapy Clinic we deal with the following disorders:
- Musculoskeletal disorders which are mainly linked to our way of life – lower back pain, tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, neck pain, scoliosis, etc.
- Sports injuries: sprains, fractures, torn muscles, etc.
Who can see an osteopath?
Osteopathy adapts to, and is for, everyone. At the Kléber Physiotherapy Clinic, athletes, people who do regular or infrequent sport, people who work, and pensioners, can come and see an osteopath whenever they need to if they want to cure pain, need pain relief, or just to prevent pain.
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Monday to Friday : 7:30 – 22:00
Saturday : 8:00 – 19:00
65 avenue Kléber, 75016 PARIS
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