Modern osteopathy is continually evolving in response to all the scientific research and development behind it. However, as osteopaths develop their clinical expertise, their style of treatment will evolve towards a more personalised view of how our bodies work and how to treat the various dysfunctions that affect our bodies.

There are various styles of osteopathic treatment and while some osteopaths will have a holistic view of all of them, others will concentrate on only one or two. In the case of our main osteopath - Moisés Ferrández - he has studied each of the different styles and uses them in integration, depending on the dysfunctions that each patient may present.

Structural Osteopathy
This is the most common approach to osteopathic treatment and is the foundation on which modern training is based. It is where the osteopath will use different manual techniques to affect the musculoskeletal system: Joint mobilisation Joint manipulation Muscle, ligament and fascial release Stretching of shortened tissues Strengthening of weak structures And many more. The effect of the treatment can reach inside the body and help the nervous system, the blood supply or the functioning of the organs.
Visceral Osteopathy
Visceral osteopathy is an extension of the general principles of osteopathy that includes a special knowledge of the organs, blood vessels and nerves of the body (the viscera). This approach examines the relationship between the physical structure of the body and the organs, such as the digestive tract or the respiratory system. It aims to alleviate imbalances and restrictions in the interconnections between the movements of all organs and structures of the body. Due to tensions imposed by poor posture, diet or lifestyle, organs can accumulate areas of tension that can lead to "viscero-somatic" pain. An example is severe groin pain caused by an acute kidney infection. In this case, treatment of the painful area may be ineffective, whereas direct manipulation of the kidney may stimulate the healing response needed to relieve the pain. Visceral treatment can help the movement of the digestive tract and the proper functioning of the abdominal organs as well as the lungs, which will directly affect the functioning of our body as a whole. Visceral Osteopathy is commonly used for:* Swallowing difficulties * Digestive problems * Endometriosis * Colic * Respiratory dysfunctions (Asthma) * Incontinence * Back and neck pain * Rib and rib cage pain * Circulation problems And many other conditions.
Cranio-Sacral Osteopathy
This is a more subtle approach that involves gently "holding" the patient to interact with more subtle energies and fluid dynamics of the body. The tiny physiological movements of the bones of the head and face are vital to health, and cranial osteopathy can focus on any obstruction to these microscopic movements that may have been caused by trauma or injury.cranial osteopathy works with the body's involuntary mechanisms, helping to restore a calming balance to the natural biorhythms by gently 'holding' the patient. It promotes the release of tension and stress throughout the body. It is common that when we experience physical or emotional stress, the tissues of our body tend to tense up. Although our body is usually able to adapt to the stress at the time, there can be a lasting tension. Any remaining tension can be retained in the body and restrict its free movement. Over time, the body may find it increasingly difficult to cope with the accumulated tensions and eventually symptoms may appear.

Paediatric Osteopathy

Osteopathy recognises the very particular stresses that children experience in the body as they grow and has different approaches to work at each stage of their development.

Children are very active and experience different types of stress, from birth trauma, the various falls and accidents common in the early years, to the growth spurts of adolescence, illness or sports injuries. These can interfere with their normal development and cause stiffness or pain in certain parts of the body.

Every child is different, so the osteopath will make an individual assessment and work with you to plan the best way forward for your child. This involves a thorough history and examination (biomechanical, visceral, neurological, etc), and a referral to another health professional may be recommended, if necessary. The treatment itself is very gentle as your osteopath helps to relieve the tensions encountered.


Physiotherapy is a health discipline which offers a therapeutic non-pharmaceutical alternative for the treatment of a wide range of both acute and chronic ailments. It is carried out using physical agents such as manual techniques, therapeutic exercise, heat, cold and water.. It is typical in physiotherapy to look for the correct functioning of the different bodily systems where something that is not working properly produces a symptom.

Some of the benefits of physiotherapy

  • Pain relief
  • Prevention of physical deterioration
  • Prevention of injuries
  • Recovery speed-up
  • Improvement of the basic functions of the organism


Our main objective at Clínica Osteozenia is to develop an exclusive and individual service suitable for each patient, in order for them to obtain a healthy lifestyle. Our priority is to recognise and understand the needs of each person, their objectives, limitations and concerns, in order to identify the perfect health plan and diet for them.


Clinical Nutrition
Metabolic Syndrome. HTA. Diabetes I, II. Obesity and weight loss Eating disorders Fertility & Libido concerns
Personalised Nutrition
Pregnancy and lactation Paediatric nutrition Paediatric nutrition Nutrition 'Plant-Based'
Sports Nutrition
Improving muscle mass Body Re-composition Fitness and strength Competitions Recovery and nutrition plan Oppositions


Acupuncture is a technique for balancing the flow of energy or life force, known as "chi" or "qi", which flows through channels (meridians) in the body. By inserting needles into specific points on these meridians, the flow of energy is balanced, thus restoring the body's energy balance.


This therapy is carried out using a manual technique, without any kind of apparatus, and consists of applying different pressures or frictions in order to relieve body ailments and muscular tensions.

Some of the benefits of physiotherapy

  • Pain relief
  • Prevention of physical deterioration
  • Prevention of injuries
  • Recovery speed-up
  • Improvement of the basic functions of the organism

Therapeutic functional movement

Our programme is designed to help improve health and quality of movement. A holistic approach to physical/mental wellness that will help improve the quality of exercise and achieve better results in less time while avoiding the dreaded injuries.

Yoga & Pilates

We have created a fusion of these two modalities, Yoga and Pilates, the best combination to give your body that movement, flexibility and strength, and your mind that much needed relaxation, thus improving your quality of life and well-being. At the same time you will be taking care of your mental health by releasing accumulated stress.