A revolutionary, medicines-free healing mechanism.

Osteopathy is an alternative treatment mechanism that was found by Dr A.T Still in the early 1800’s. It is based on the fact that the body has in-built abilities to recover itself and find good health.

What is Osteopathy?

There are key principles that Osteopathy is based on. A few of them are:

  • The interconnectedness of the body and the mind.
  • Blood circulation is required for establishing health and nourishment.
  • The body functions as a whole, there is an interconnectedness to it.
  • Structure and function are interrelated.
  • The body has an inherent ability to heal itself.
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Frequently asked questions

It is a hands-on technique where the it focuses on finding the root cause of the illness. An Osteopath addresses the interconnectedness of the body through connective tissue fascia, muscles, bones, blood and other fluids circulating in the body like the cerebrospinal fluid around the brain and the spinal cord. All these parameters form an important part of the diagnostic part of this treatment modality.

The root cause whether it is in the body or the mind, has the ability to manifest in the physical body. Once identified, the treatment involves the use of diverse techniques ranging from a light thrust and gentle physical manipulation of the hard and soft tissues to using a very light touch. This not only helps in re-establishing circulation but also in realigning the structures resulting in improved function, efficiency and a better quality of life.

Osteopathy addresses all the aspects of the body namely musculoskeletal, visceral (soft abdominal organs) and craniosacral (bones of the skull and connected structures).

A session usually takes an hour and the sessions are spaced a week to ten days apart.

It can help resolve both acute and chronic longstanding issues across all age groups.

A gentler form of Osteopathy called craniosacral therapy (CST) is ideal for pregnant mothers and babies in the womb. It can also be taken by people with no apparent health concerns.

There is a detailed case history taking involved and the patient becomes an integral part of Osteopathy.

Osteopathy forms a part of integrated medicine which encourages interdisciplinary referral for the holistic health of a person. It is also an extremely powerful adjunct to any other form of treatment being administered and enhances the response towards health. Osteopathy can be added to any treatment modality and Osteopaths work in close conjunction with the mainstream medical care.

It plays a role in both interventional and preventive health care becoming a very important part of integrated medicine. People have reported gaining deep insights into the causative forces of their issues and have been able to take steps towards making a healthy difference to their lives.

The goal of the treatment is to empower individual health wise so that they may not need any further intervention and feel encouraged to live an aware and holistic lifestyle.

Healing Stories

Meet Our Specialists

Dr. Spandan Katti; Osteopathy; Sri Sri Ayurveda Hospital

Dr. Spandan Katti

H.O.D, Osteopathy - BDS, M. Ost, RCST, ABD


Dr. Vilekh Pandit

Consultant, Osteopathy - BDS, M. Ost

Book an appointment

Our Osteopaths are available for consultation in the OPD every day from 9:30 am to 6:30 pm. You may kindly call us to book an appointment with our Osteopaths.

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