Postnatal recovery

The treatment is highly individualized & patient-oriented: a clear explanation and informed consent always precede the osteopathic examination and treatment.


  • Back and pelvic pain
  • Pregnancy-related pelvic pain
  • Coccygodynia (tailbone)
  • Ligament pains
  • Restless legs, cramps
  • Incontinence
  • Gastro-esophageal reflux
  • Bowel problems: hormonal effects, motility, nutrition, flora

Postnatal recovery

  • Cesarean section
  • Ventouse (kiwi)
  • Episiotomy
  • Adhesions/scars
  • Sagging
  • Pelvic floor, rupture
  • Tailbone
  • CPPS
  • Bladder, uterus, and bowel prolapse
  • Urinary leakage
  • Pain during sex


  • Problems with lactation
  • Latch-on problems
  • Suction problems
  • Mastitis
  • Guidance for breastfeeding: positions and latching-on techniques
  • Tongue-tie
  • Guidance for breastfeeding to artificial feeding

Scar tissue

Colette's specialization is treating the functional consequences of scar tissue, adhesions, briden after gender reassignment surgical treatments (plastic and reconstructive surgery).

Scar creation varies by individual, surgical technique, complications, and skin type.

The production of scar tissue and its breakdown is a complex physiological mechanism where a lot can go wrong resulting in permanent scar tissue, adhesions, and briden. This can cause peritoneum, small pelvic structures, abdominal structures (ligaments, fascia) and organs to stick together that should not be connected. This can manifest itself in functional complaints due to loss of movement and reduced blood flow/oxygenation/metabolism of organs and structures in the small pelvis and abdomen.

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Portret Osteopaat Colette Peeters

Colette Peeters

Gynaecology problems, infertility, endometriosis, coccygodynia, postpartum recovery and more.

Portret osteopaat Jenny Van de Voorde

Jenny Van de Voorde

Babies, infants, children, pregnant women

Portret osteopaat Jolien De Pauw

Jolien De Pauw

Babies, infants, children, pregnant women

Sigrid Smans

Adults (f/m), chronic and/or neurological problems, pregnant women.

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