All biological systems are designed for movement, stability and energy balance. Living cells are constantly moving within all elements. At the same time we find a highly developed stability for form and structure.
Biological systems are continuously able to adapt and at the same time they stay within their structural stability. In modern science this is explained by the Tensegrity model.
Biological structures are constructed in a way that all functions are performed with a minimum of energy consumption.
Osteopathy influences all three levels: movement, stability and energy balance. The main focus of osteopathy is the dysfunctional movement.