What is Cranial Osteopathy
Cranial osteopathy is essentially the same as osteopathy. Like the name suggests, cranial osteopathy involves working with the structures inside the head. However, it is not refined to the head, but the entire body as well.
Cranial osteopaths use their increased sense of feel, to diagnose tension and strained areas in the body’s autonomy. They are often drawn to areas damaged by accidents and injuries. That the patient is unaware of or has forgotten about. And these problem areas are often the culprit behind pain in another area of the body.
The osteopath works to reactive the body’s ability to heal itself. By gently treating the affected areas with subtle hand techniques to bring the body tissues back to a state of balance.
Through analysing the body with this approach, the osteopath doctor can find what is wrong with a patient. This allows the osteopath to find a target approach to eliminating the pain area. And prevent reoccurrence.
Cranial osteopathy is pain free and non-invasive. It is a great solution for treating pain and other problems in the entire body.
What Cranial Osteopathy Treats
Cranial therapy can treat pains and conditions around the whole body. Here are some of the most common:
– Baby reflux
– Baby wind
Who is cranial osteopathy for
Cranial osteopathy is a gentle, subtle technique that is suitable for adults, children, the elderly, babies, and more.
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