Dr. Sergio Marcucci offers various consultations in osteopathy, all techniques combined, from infants to babies, pregnant women, women, men, the elderly but also sportsmen and sedentary people.
He has been practicing osteopathic medicine for 16 years and in parallel conducts a lot of research in the field of osteopathy in order to better understand the effects of osteopathic manipulations on the health of his patients.
The aim of this research is also to provide the best treatment available and to increase the well-being of its patients and patients in general.
Dr. Marcucci has the authorization to practice osteopathy, recognized by the Luxembourg State.
Code Osteopath. (Luxembourg): 2019.03.007/OSTEO
By appointment only, Monday to Friday, at the office only.
They can be conducted in Luxembourgish, German, French, English, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese.
Tel. +352 400722, Mob. +352 691 299396, Fax +352 400732
Osteopathy is a manual diagnostic and therapeutic approach to functional pathologies of the locomotor system and musculoskeletal system. It is a manual diagnostic and therapeutic approach to pathologies. Within the framework of first-line patient care, it is exclusively aimed at dysfunctions of the locomotor system and the peripheral nervous system. Pathologies that do not fall within the above-mentioned definition can only be treated as second-line treatment.
- Osteopath DO from Sutherland College of Osteopathic Medicine, Belgium
- Master of Science in Osteopathic Clinical Research, A.T. Still University, Kirksville (MO), USA
- Doctor of Health Sciences, A.T. Still University, College of Graduate Health Sciences, Mesa (AZ), USA
Note: Osteopath D.O. means that the practitioner is a graduate in osteopathy with more than 1500 hours of courses spread over 5 years, followed by a thesis. In Europe, this label is recognized as proof of quality and competence. It allows both practitioners to differentiate themselves from other professionals and patients to know if the chosen osteopath meets the principles of its founder.
- American Osteopathic Association
- American Academy of Pain medicine
- American Pain Society
- American College of Sports Medicine
- Akademie für Osteopathie
- Verband der Osteopathen Deutschland e.v. (Germany Osteopathic Association)
Marcucci, S. (September 2019). International Conference and Exhibition on Orthopedics and Rheumatology. Organizing committee, Houston, USA
Marcucci, S. (September 2019). Sacroiliac joint posterior ligaments biomechanics and clinical implications for the clinician. Presented at 2nd World Congress on Rheumatology & Orthopedics from Scientific Federation, Paris, France
Marcucci, S. (August 2019). Biomechanics of the sacroiliac joints and its implications for the clinician. Presented at 2nd Global Conference on Physiotherapy from Scientific Federation, Prague, Czech Republic
Marcucci, S. (April 2019). Get a strong back. Presented at Da Vinci Forum, Luxembourg
Marcucci, S. (March 2019). Sacroiliac joint posterior ligaments and potential clinical outcomes for the clinician. Presented at the Asklepios Klinikum, Bad Abbach, Germany.
Marcucci, S. (September 2018). Posterior sacroiliac joint ligaments and their potential influence in the low back and pelvic pain. Presented at the World Congress on Rheumatology & Orthopedics from Scientific Federation, Madrid, Spain.
Marcucci, S. (July 2018). Sacroiliac joint posterior ligaments and potential clinical outcomes for the clinician. Presented at the BIT’s 5th Annual World Congress of Orthopaedics 2018 from WCORT-2018, Milan, Italy.
Marcucci, S. (July 2014). Sacroiliac joint biomechanics and its potential clinical implication. Presented at the 3rd International Conference on Orthopedics & Rheumatology from OMICS Group, San Francisco, Ca.
Marcucci, S. (December 2013). Sacroiliac Joints Biomechanics by women during menopause with osteoporosis and its potential clinical implications for practitioners. Presented at the Menopause Congress, Vienna, Austria.
Marcucci, S. (June 2013). Biomécanique de la sacroiliaque chez la femme ménopausique atteinte d’ostéoporose. Implications cliniques pour le praticien [Sacroiliac Joints Biomechanics during menopause suffering of osteoporosis and its potential clinical implications for practitioners]. Presented at the International Symposia from Luxembourg’ Company of andropause and menopause (SLAM), Luxembourg.
Marcucci, S. (May 2012). La Biomécanique de la sacroiliaque et implications cliniques [Sacroiliac Joints Biomechanics and clinical implications]. Presented at the Cercle Munster, Luxembourg.
Marcucci, S. (June 2010). Ostéopathie et performance du swing chez le golfeur [Osteopathy and golfers’ swing performance]. Presented at the International Symposia from SLAM, Luxembourg.
Ginter, S., Marcucci, S. (June 2010). Vitamin D: hormone protectrice? [Vitamin D: Protective hormone?] Presented at the International Symposia from SLAM, Luxembourg.
Marcucci, S. (February2010). Ostéopathie: indications et contre-indications d'un traitement en médecine ostéopathique [Osteopathy: indications and medical warnings on osteopathic treatment]. Presented at the Cercle Munster, Luxembourg.
Marcucci, S. (November 2007). Osteopathy and golfers’ swing performance. Presented at the 6th Interdisciplinary World Congress on Low Back & Pelvic Pain, Barcelona, Spain.
Marcucci, S. (2020). New findings to consider in the Sacroiliac Joint and Low Back Pain in the Differential Diagnosis. Acta Scientific Orthopaedics, 3(11), 01. ISSN: 2581-8635
Marcucci, M., & Stauner-Faulker, S. (2020, June 18). Personnes dans la douleur. Semper, 125. https://www.dsb.lu/wp-content/uploads/Semper/semper125.pdf
Marcucci, S. (2019). Posterior Sacroiliac Joint Ligaments and Their Potential Influence on the Low Back and Pelvic Pain. EC Orthopaedics, 10(1),05-06.
Marcucci, S. (2019). How to avoid diagnostic errors by health care professionals. Acta Scientific Orthopaedics, 2,10,36. DOI: 10.31080/ASOR.2019.02.0105
Marcucci, S. (2019). Considering posterior sacroiliac joint ligaments and its potential outcome for the clinician need for a paradigm change. Jacobs Journal of Orthopedics and Rheumatology, 5(1), 031
Marcucci S. (2019). Posterior Sacroiliac Joint Ligaments and its Potential Outcome for the Clinician. EC Orthopaedics, 10.4
Marcucci S. (2018). Posterior sacroiliac joint ligaments and their potential influence on the low back and pelvic pain. J Clin Exp Orthop.DOI: 10.4172/2471-8416-C1-006
Marcucci S. (2014). Sacroiliac joint biomechanics and its potential clinical implications. Journal of Orthopedic & Muscular System, 3(2):41.
Marcucci S. (2008). [Osteopathy for the optimization of the golf swing]. Osteopathische Medizin 9(4):22-24.