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About Gynecology

In the field of gynecology, many health problems particularly affect women and young girls. The female body is constantly changing from puberty to pregnancy and menopause.


Hormonal and internal organic adaptability is in great demand.


Despite all the flexibility, we must not forget that the hormonal cycle and the structure of female organs are sensitive systems. If they are out of balance, psychological, emotional or physical problems can arise.


For example, lower back pain, weak bladder, or abdominal discomfort can result from the lowering of the uterus, which is common after childbirth.


As an experienced therapist, I also consider possible causal relationships in the field of gynecology. The goal of treatment is to focus on long-term well-being.

Osteopathy for Pregnant and Postpartum Women

Consulting an osteopath during pregnancy can provide relief for women with various symptoms and prepare the body for a natural and uncomplicated delivery.

Typical symptoms during pregnancy will be e.g back pain, sciatica and pelvic problems due to adaptive posture, edemas, digestive disorders….

Other indications for consulting an osteopath during pregnancy would be e.g fetal malposition, risk of premature delivery, dilation of the cervix, asymmetric belly of the mother ....

Postpartum osteopathy is important and can be used to support physical changes after birth, promote tissue regression and pelvic floor stability, and accelerate regeneration from the stress of pregnancy.


Especially after a caesarean or a complicated delivery with suction cup / forceps, osteopathic treatment can help re-balance the system as well as ensure proper healing of the scar.

About my specialization in Gynecology

2019-2021: Diploma in Women’s Health Osteopathy in Vienna at the Molinari Institut of Health in collaboration with the Wiener Schule für Osteopathie  (Austria).

My experience comprises:
  • Women's Health
  • Pregnancy
  • Birth and Peri-Partum Post-Partum
  • Visceral and Gynaecological Health
  • Menopause and Healthy Ageing
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