Osteopathy is a medical specialty in which the diagnosis and treatment of a patient are performed with the use of doctor’s hands. Osteopathy is based on the anatomy, physiology, and biomechanics of the human body. The osteopath diagnoses the patient's body for the presence of functional disorders and performs their correction. Osteopaths greatly respect the self-correcting power of the body and do their best to help it. Patients turn to osteopaths for many reasons: various posture disorders, difficulties in studying/working, headaches, leg pain, spine pain, increased fatigue, poor sleep, hyperexcitability, torticollis, speech disorders, functional disorders of the gastrointestinal tract, hip dysplasia, frequent colds. Most often, all these conditions appear on the basis of functional disorders of the body.