Cranial Osteopathy

Cranial Osteopathy Is Safe For Treating BabiesCranial osteopathy is actually a misnomer as it doesn’t only involve treating  the cranium (head).  That may or may not occur, but cranial osteopathy is a broad term to describe the most gentle, subtle end of the osteopathic spectrum of treatment.

Usually it involves holding and supporting an area of dysfunction in a position of ease until a release can be attained.

Cranial osteopaths treat the whole body by finding a harmonic balance to effect a change.  It is gentle, relaxing and very safe-even for infants.

Cranial osteopathy is a gentle and effective technique that involves very subtle manipulative pressure to encourage the release of stresses throughout the body.

Most people have been exposed to physical trauma at some stage in life. Whilst the body may have been able to absorb the effects of a fall or accident at the time, an overall physical reaction does occur. Symptoms sometimes present years after the incident, as is often the case of whiplash.

Cranial osteopathy is also an effective treatment to help alleviate the symptoms caused by migraines, headaches and TMJ dysfunction, especially following extensive dental work or teeth extractions.

It is gentle enough to be suitable for patients of all ages, from newborn babies to the very elderly or infirm.

Pam treated my mother who was terminally ill in the last months of her life, she brought her relief and love but above all healing on many levels. The rest of the family continue to visit Pam she is truly amazing and a shining light. Thank you x”
Jade R.

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