osteopathy is branch of osteopathy that specialises to examining and treating musculo-skeletal and neurologic disorders of the body. All that effort to make an exact diagnosis starts first with an interview, after a variety of orthopaedic, neurological, and manual tests. Treatment may include mobilization or manipulation of joints or spine or targeted massage and stretching, as well as guidance and counseling.

Precise clinical examination is needed to accurately target the treatment to dysfunctional tissue and to rule out the factors that are an obstacle to treatment. The profession is based on the strict western medical science and studied facts, so that tests and treatments are always based on the functional anatomy, X-ray diagnostics and neurological knowledge.

If the condition is not treatable manually, customer is then guided to most appropriate specialist.

When you should go to osteopath?

  • When you are not sure what is causing the pain, movement restriction, or other symptoms.
  • When earlier therapy experiments have not yielded the desired treatment outcome or given crucial additional information on the cause of the trouble.
  • When you want to get information about the cause of the symptoms and various treatment options.


Massage is the manipulation of superficial and deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue using various techniques, to enhance function, aid in the healing process, decrease muscle reflex activity, inhibit motor-neuron excitability, promote relaxation and well-being.

Massage techniques vary depending on what is being treated.
The effects of massage are many and varied, but it mainly affects the tissues, stimulates the metabolism.
In Finland masseurs are health care professionals and, therefore, also be entitled to medical insurance.

Massage is an important part of whatever type of athlete's muscle maintenance.
Sports massage is based on classic massage, the methods are fitted for an athletes training and competing routines.
If necessary you can also get the guidance to help your independent training.