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Osteopathy is the science and art of diagnosing and treating, with the hands, mobility dysfunctions of human body tissues. It was developed in the U.S. in 1874 as a field of manual medicine by Dr. Andrew Taylor Still. Dr. Still, a surgeon, developed the hypothesis that 'fascia', which interconnects and covers all the elements of the human body (bones, joints, viscera, glands, vessels, nerves), could be the most important tissue in the body and be the origin of numerous pathologies when the circulation of body fluids is restricted.

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