Do osteopaths treat disease?
No of course not, although unfortunately some claim that they do.
Osteopaths improve the general health of patients and the specific health of all kind of joints. They improve general and local neurologic conduction, vascularization and oxygenation and mechanics.
The benefit of this concept is that patients feel better, sometimes heal faster and gain more resilience versus all kinds of stress and disease.
Osteopathy improves health without curing real disease.
This osteopathic concept is a valuable aspect of general health care.
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