Boniface Verney-Carron is a renowned French osteopath whose work has been recognized by international media such as the Daily Mail, The Times and Grazia magazine for having treated many important and famous individuals.
Boniface Verney-Carron graduated from the European School of Osteopathy after studying medicine for two years in France and four years of osteopathic training in the UK. He has spent over ten years working in London and the south of France. In August, 2006, Boniface Verney-Carron spent 15 months travelling the world to share her approach to osteopathy and reveal new techniques.
Boniface’s personal osteopathy methodology combines conventional training with his unique insights, giving an unusual approach to his osteopathy treatment for his patients. This allows him to concentrate on the source of the symptoms rather than on the symptoms themselves, thereby achieving more long-lasting results and feelings of alleviation.
Types of treatment available
The sessions performed by Boniface may have a consultation part in which osteopath and patient talk about the health state before applying any treatment.
Adjustments, improving mobility and work on soft tissue.
Gentle handling of the abdominal organs to release the tension that causes localised discomfort or pain.
This technique works with the involuntary mechanism and is designed to release any restrictions on the normal flow of movement of the skull, the sacrum (the base of the spine) and connective tissues
This helps in most cases by reducing the symptoms (pain) while balancing the flow of energy within the body or simply by reducing muscular tension when applied at certain points.
This is a very old and safe technique that helps with muscle contractions and reflex points. It also provides a holistic effect (such as in lung drainage) if applied to specific acupoints.
If you are interested in reading his view of Osteopathy, do not miss this interview for SHA Magazine.