What is Osteopathy?

Osteopathy is a form of drug-free non-invasive manual medicine that focuses on total body health by treating and strengthening the musculoskeletal framework, which includes the joints, muscles and spine. Its aim is to positively affect the body's nervous, circulatory and lymphatic systems.

This therapy is a unique holistic (whole body) approach to health care. Osteopaths do not simply concentrate on treating the problem area, but use manual techniques to balance all the systems of the body, to provide overall good health and wellbeing.

Osteopathy History

The practice of osteopathy began in the United States in 1874. The term "osteopathy" was coined by Andrew Taylor Still, MD, DO. Still was a physician and surgeon, Kansas state and territorial legislator, a free state leader, and one of the founders of Baker University, who lived near Baldwin City, Kansas at the time of the American Civil War. In Baldwin, he developed the practice of osteopathy.

Still named his new school of medicine "osteopathy," reasoning that "the bone, osteon, was the starting point from which [he] was to ascertain the cause of pathological conditions." Still founded the American School of Osteopathy (now A.T. Still University of the Health Sciences) in Kirksville, Missouri, for the teaching of osteopathy on May 10, 1892. While the state of Missouri, recognizing the equivalency of the curriculum, was willing to grant him a charter for awarding the MD degree, he remained dissatisfied with the limitations of conventional medicine and instead chose to retain the distinction of the DO degree.

What conditions do Osteopaths commonly treat?

Osteopaths treat more than you think. Many patients present with complaints of headaches; back, neck, and heel foot pain; sciatica; shin splints; tennis elbow and repetitive strain injury. Other patients suffer from asthma; arthritis; digestive problems; carpal tunnel syndrome; whiplash and postural problems.

Healing is a process. The whole body has to be treated Your body is consisted of systems that work together at a precise rhythm. A healthy body has balance and proper posture. Body will experience pain and discomfort when balance and posture are not in tune.

Osteopathy's philosophy is based on creating and maintaining balance and proper posture. For example, a headache may easily be linked to stomach and lower body imbalances.


The Principal of Clinic

Dr. Liudmila Beskova

The principal of our clinic Dr. Liudmila Beskova • Specializes in cranial, visceral and structural osteopathy
• Believes that given the right conditions, the body has an amazing ability to heal itself

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Treatment for spine, back, neck, lower back pain, headache and many other body dysfunction Problems in the musculo-skeletal system can disturb the circulation and nerve supply to any part of the body and affect any aspect of health.

Scoliosis Treatment Plan Posture correction affects:
• The elimination of thoracic blocking • Putting structural, visceral and cranial organs in their anatomical position • Putting shoulder blades in their anatomical position.

The Most Effective Human Parasites Cleansing Program includes a series of five different treatments that are necessary components to achieve goals.

Osteopathic treatment for Prostate diseases can be considered a genuine alternative to the conventional treatment of chronic prostatitis and chronic pelvic pain syndrome

Colon Hydrotherapy and Visceral Massage package