An integrated approach for everyone



Osteopathy is a manual treatment whereby the osteopath locates the loss of movement in joints and tissue. The osteopath sees the body as a whole and as such works not just on the area of concern but looks for the cause of the problem. In so doing, the osteopath works both acutely on your problem with a view to preventing it in future.


First of all, an osteopath is a care provider. This means that they can be consulted without being referred to a doctor or specialist. In addition, they work closely with other care providers and refer the patient to the doctor or specialist if necessary.


In principle, anyone can see an osteopath at any time: adults, children, expectant mothers, (elite) athletes, and more. Below you will find an overview of possible complaints. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any further questions!

-> Adults

  • Back pain such as osteoarthritis, lower back pain or hernias
  • Neck pain such as torticollis or cervicobrachial neuralgia
  • Acute and chronic joint pain to the shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips, knees, feet, etc.
  • Jaw pain
  • Neurological complaints such as hernias, sciatica, radiating pains, loss of power or tingling sensations
  • Headaches such as migraines or tension headaches
  • Muscle pains such as trapezius myalgia, spasms, piriformis syndrome, tennis elbow or Achilles tendon problems
  • Dizziness, weight issues and fatigue
  • Digestion complaints such as constipation or acid reflux
  • Post-traumatic complaints such as whiplash
  • Gynaecological complaints
  • Post-op complaints such as reduced agility
  • Post-natal pelvic pains

-> Children

  • Joint pain
  • Neck and back pain
  • Jaw pain
  • Growing pains
  • Muscle pains
  • Headaches
  • Fatigue
  • Digestion complaints
  • Airway and respiratory problems
  • Immune system weaknesses such as sinusitis or middle ear inflammation

-> (elite)athletes

  • Back and pelvic pain
  • Progressive overload injuries and recurring injuries
  • Cartilage damage
  • Joint pains in elbows, shoulders, knees, hips, feet, etc.
  • Airway and respiratory problems
  • Inflammation of tendons, muscles or synovial bursae
  • Neurological complaints such as radiating pains, fatigue, tingling sensations
  • Muscle pains
  • Groin injuries


During the first consultation the osteopath will carry out an extensive anamnesis, asking for your medical history and your symptoms. They will then thoroughly examine the body. The osteopath approaches the body as a whole and provides treatment via mobilisation, manipulation and other techniques. The period between two forms of treatment is determined on an individual basis.


Osteopathy is partially covered by most health insurance providers and usually allows for up to five sessions per person per year. This varies between €10 and €12.50 per consultation.
Ask your health insurance provider for more information.