What is Osteopathy?

Osteopathy was established in the 19th century by Andrew Taylor Still. 1892 he founded the ‘American School of Osteo­pathy’ in Kirks­ville. Today there is a big number of osteopathic colleges in the United States, comparable to medical univer­sities.
In Europe osteopathic schools opened first in London (1917), later in France, Belgium, Germany, Austria, etc.

Osteopathy is a ‘non-apparative medicine’. No technical devices are used, just the hands.

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