Osteopathy is a non-painful medical procedure that applies treatment with the hands. It considers the body as a whole. It rebalances the structures of the body and cures functional disorders by removing restrictions in the mobility of organs and tissues. It restores movement to the body’s structures and stimulates the body’s self-healing properties.


Veterinary osteopathy, a non-painful manual treatment to rebalance the body as a whole!


 For who?


For all species: cats, dogs, horses, cows……


At any age: growing,young, adult, sporty, senior………


For which pathologies?


Various fields of application:


Osteoarticular problems: lameness, otitis…..


Visceral sphere: digestive problems, urinary problems…..


Connective tissue: dermatology…..


Behavioural disorders and the emotional domain: fear, hyperactivity or inactivity, aggression…..


Curative treatment of chronic or acute pain.


Preventative treatment: early detection of body imbalances prior to the onset of symptoms.


With which techniques? For which actions?


Structural / Mechanical techniques.


Connective tissue techniques.


Visceral techniques.


Craniosacral techniques.


Ø  Action on various structures : bones, viscera, connective tissue.


Ø  Action on mobility and motility.


Several techniques within the same consultation; choice of technique according to the dysfunction and the animal.


Why Veterinary Osteopathy?



We practice a complementarity of disciplinary approaches, in which various actions improve or emphasise each others qualities:


For an exhaustive diagnosis (detection of anatomical lesions, detection of metabolic disorders…..


To provide the most appropriate response to the specific case of your pet, without exclusion…..


Some examples:


In cats and dogs:


Lameness, back pain, cervicalgia.


Monitoring of working dogs ( herding dogs, agility, etc).


Wound licking, behavioural disorders.


Repetitive otitis.


In horses:


               Flaws, lameness, back pain, cervicalgia.


               Difficulty in dressage, training.


               Tracking of sport horses.


               Chronic diseases.


Dr Saadi Benzerrak