enlightenedDr Ferry in the Algarve,  

Caros clientes, a Clínica Verde fechou a localização atual em Montenegro.

Os serviços continuam em Faro e Albufeira.

Dr. Ferry Cornet está apenas trabalhando a tempo parcial, as informações estão disponíveis na internet e através de nossos números de telefone.

www.clinicaverde.com e telemóvel 916 107 610 / 917 062 917 mantêm-se inalteráveis.

Os serviços clínicos passam a ser prestados nas seguintes moradas:


Albufeira , Clinica Pacifico,  Rua Alexandre Herculano, Conjunto Ria Formosa, no. Q-R/C, Areias de São João (Oura), 8200-271

Atenciosamente, Dr. Ferry Cornet

enlightened Dr Ferry  2018

Dear clients, Clinica Verde closed at Montenegro, services continue in Faro and Albufeira.

Dr. Ferry Cornet is working part-time, information is available on the internet and through our regular phone numbers.

www.clinicaverde.com and phone remain as is 916 107 610 / 917 062 917

Our services continue at the following addresses:



Greetings, Dr. Ferry Cornet


A question I frequently get is 'what can I do myself?'

For most of us, it's difficult to find the time to do even the most simple task or exercise..

My advice is to force the time now to create more time after.

We all can make the time if we really want to...only a few minutes a day can make a big difference in 2 months! 

Start today! 

Ferry Cornet


Start by doing what's necessary; then do what's possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible. Francis of Assisi

How Does It Work?

Osteopathy is a known and established system of diagnosis and treatment of muscles, ligaments, nerves and joints damaged by work, stress, injury or disease. Pain, inflammation, loss of mobility or impaired organ function are generally the results.

Osteopathy is a manual therapy and does not involve the use of drugs or surgery. Osteopaths use physical manipulation techniques to correct the body's structure, ease restricted movement and re-establish normal circulation. By doing so, the body will function better without further damage pain or disease.

What To Expect

During your first appointment, your osteopath will take a detailed history of your health and ask about your symptoms, lifestyle and diet. They will do a physical examination that may involve testing reflexes, posture and movements. In some cases, an X-ray or MRI will be required.

The osteopath will then start with gentle stretching and massage techniques helping relax the tissues and muscles and ease any tension. This will be followed by manipulation techniques and mobilisation. You may hear a popping noise in your joints as they use these manipulations but this shouldn't be painful. Gas bubbles in the fluid of our joints pop with certain movement and it is perfectly normal. Osteopathy can also use the gentle movement of the skull; this type of therapy is called cranial osteopathy and is a specialised treatment.

After-effects can include a slight soreness in the affected joint or area. Also, headache and feeling of tiredness are normal side-effects. Drinking enough water (1 ½ litre a day) can help speeding up the process. Normally this should pass after a day if not consult us. The osteopath may give you exercises to do at home as well as dietary or lifestyle advice.

Is It Good For Me?

Osteopathy is a safe and proven therapy used among people of all ages and its benefits are widely recognised . Pregnant women with joint pain and/or back pain have benefited from the therapy but it is advised that those who are 8 - 12 weeks pregnant should not have the treatment.

Osteopathy should not be used when you use medication to thin your blood. Cancer patients with bone cancer or bone marrow should avoid certain osteopathic techniques. Consult with your GP if your condition can be treated with osteopathy before making an appointment.