Laura Brugeat - State-registered Osteopath
  • Home visits in the 78, 92, 95 and Paris Ouest departments, France
  • 06.87.22.67.59
Osteopathy, what is it?

It's a gentle and safe form of hands-on therapy, capable of providing healthcare solutions, whether occasional or chronic.

Osteopathy, for whom?

Everyone : to patients of all ages, ranging from seniors and adults to infants and new-borns.

Osteopathy, why?

Lack of physical mobility can often be the root cause of a variety of functional disorders, such as IBS, and can adversely affect a patient’s general state of health. This is where osteopathy can be of help in relieving unnecessary pain and discomfort.

Osteopathy is for everyone.

Newborns and infants 
Newborns and infants 
Osteopathy for babies and infants is a gentle and non-invasive technique whereby the practitioner helps... 
Children and adolescents 
Children and adolescents 
Children and adolescents often push their bodies to the limit, or sometimes they simply play too many computer games with slouched posture. 
Mothers-to-be 
Mothers-to-be 
A woman’s body is subject to numerous changes during pregnancy, each one different according to the individual and the stage of pregnancy. 
Adults and Senior citizens 
Adults and Senior citizens 
Many factors come into play when diagnosing and treating pain and discomfort. 
Osteopathy and sport 
Osteopathy and sport 
Whatever type of sport and whatever your level, you naturally run a higher risk of injury and mild trauma. 
Osteopathy and the workplace 
Osteopathy and the workplace 
No matter whether you work in an office, in the field or on the factory floor, you need to be able to cope with the individual demand made on your body by the type of job you do.