•                                                   Merel 235, 1965 GN Heemskerk, The Netherlands


  • What is osteopathy?

    Osteopathy views the body as a functional unit and begins with the principle that everything in the body moves – from the mobility apparatus comprising bones and muscles to the internal organs and the attendant blood vessels and nerves. If one part of the body does not move and function properly, this can affect other parts of the body as well. Pain, for example, can be transferred to different parts of the body. Osteopathy is used to find the cause of the patient's problems and to restore the motion of and cooperation between tissues. In other words, osteopathy is a manual method of healing that focuses on finding and removing motion limitations, thus allowing the body heal it self.

  • When to condiser osteopathy?

    Veterinary Osteopathy has proven its effectiveness in treating many ailments and complaints. Below is a selection of het most common of these:
     
    - Neck and back problems
     - Recurrent paralysis
     - Misunderstood paralysis
     - Reduced performance in sports
     - Reduced stamina
     - Hormonal problems
     - Problems of the gastrointestinal tract
     - Problems of the urinary tract
     - Behavioral problems
     - Immunity problems

  • What is the difference with chiropractic?

    Osteopathy is especially effective in the treatment of the organs and the influence this has on the spinal column. The strenght of chiropractic is the treatment of the locomotive apparatus and especially restoring spinal mobility. By combining the two forms of manual therapy, the strengths of both are used optimally for the best results.

  • For more information about the Basic Veterinary Osteopathy Training click here