What is Cranial Osteopathy?

Cranial osteopathy is a specialised treatment that uses touch to diagnose and treat the affected area.  Cranial osteopaths are experts in understanding subtle changes in the body that have been affected by an injury over time due to body compensation.

By listening to the body subtle changes, cranial osteopaths can help relieve painful symptoms due to the gentle nature of the treatment. Therefore, it is often used to treat babies with Torticollis, Flat head syndrome, etc. Furthermore, many people with tinnitus have seen great improvements with cranial osteopathy.

Cranial Osteopathy can help with:

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Cranial Osteopathy is not just for treating head related issues. Our Osteopaths use palpitating techniques throughout the body to help re-balance and release areas of the body that are affected. Because Cranial is such a gentle approach treatment, it is most commonly used in babies, young children and elderly patients. However, Cranial osteopathy can be used to treat many conditions at any age.

What are the benefits of Cranial?

Cranial has many benefits, its gentle hands-on approach helps relieve symptoms from a range of health conditions.  On your first visit, the therapist will conduct a thorough examination to make sure that it is safe to treat and adapt the treatment to your needs. Due to the calming nature of Cranial osteopathy, treatment can also help with:

  • Anxiety or the inability to relax
  • Digestive problems
  • Insomnia
  • Stress and tension
  • The effects of tissue damage or scarring

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