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David Brisson D.O.

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I received my D.O. at IdHEO “The Institute of High Studies of Osteopathy., a university of the highest standing in France, where this degree course takes 5 years, including 3 years of clinical training. My degree is recognized by France Ministry of Health, the European Parliament and follows the World Health Organization requirements.

I have studied medical fundamentals, differential diagnosis, osteopathic diagnosis and manipulative treatment to provide safe, personalized care.

During my 3 years of clinical training I felt something was missing in the purely clinical approach and as a result I embarked on a further 3 years of training focusing on alternative to treatment approaches.

After these 8 years of formal study, I have continued to develop my own understanding of health, and well being and my own original method in continuously evolving by observation of treatment and effectiveness, as well as keeping up to date with the latest scientific discoveries especially on the complex interaction of nutrition and well being.

Qualifications

D.O. at IdHEO

5 years

“The Institute of High Studies of Osteopathy., a university of the highest standing in France, where this degree course takes 5 years, including 3 years of clinical training. My degree is recognized by France Ministry of Health, the European Parliament and follows the World Health Organization requirements.

Advanced Study

Biodyamics

3 years

Training focusing on alternative to treatment approaches, especially Biodynamics

Manon Jouillat D.O

Manon Jouillat

Graduate since 2016 of the ISOP (Institut Supérieur d’Ostéopathie Paris), school approved by the French Ministry of Health.
During this 5 years, my teachers taught me a various osteopathic approaches (visceral, cranial, structural and fascial). I also have a Reiki formation for making an energy appraisal of patients.
I realized my final dissertation in Japan on the language barrier, so there is no communication barrier.

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Osteopathic Method

Interview

I collect information about the reason for the visit, symptoms, medical history and living environment.

Observation

Observation from a distance looking for disbalance, asymmetry, posture, skin pallor and redness. He/She also carefully observes active movements done by patient to detect any restriction of mobility.

Mobility

I search with my hands for a lack of mobility or flexibility in different parts of the body: joints, muscles, organs and skull, as the level of mobility can affect your health

Craniosacral Therapy

Craniosacral therapy is a gentle treatment using soft touch pressure on the skull and sacrum, working on the skull, plus inner membranes around central nerve system. It is a very relaxing technique with deep impact on the whole head and spine.

Visceral Therapy

Visceral disfunction has been found to have a link with back pain and posture issues in more than 70% of patients, and include both direct or indirect delicate techniques, which is to go slowly into the dysfunction until the neutral point where there is no tension, from this point the alive tissue relax on its own, at the opposit direct like stretching.

Diagnosis

The osteopath seeks the root cause of a loss of mobility. She/He detects restriction of movement through fine palpation and the various tests of mobility and motility. Based on the information from the interview and manual tests, we define a protocol of treatment, what to treat and how to treat.

"An osteopath is only a human engineer, who should understand all the laws governing his engine and thereby master disease."

Dr Andrew Taylor Still

About Osteopathy

Osteopathy is a manual preventive and curative therapeutic approach. It seeks to determine and treat restriction of mobility that can affect all the structures composing the human body.

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Yoyogi Paramedi
151-0053 Tokyo Shibuya-ku Yoyogi 1-6-3 Green Bell 1F

080-2073-6406 / +81-80-2073-6406

david@dbosteo.jp