Cranial osteopathy is a form of osteopathic therapy. The technique involves gently applying pressure along the head and spine to release pressure. It’s based on the idea that manipulating the bones and tissues of your skull can help improve improve a variety of health issues like cancer, cerebral palsy, and asthma.
What does cranial osteopathy feel like?
What does cranial treatment feel like? Cranial osteopathic treatment is very gentle and relaxing. During the treatment some people are aware of different sensations, such as mild tension, aching or sensitivity that gradually disappear, or of feelings of warmth and relaxation.
Is cranial osteopathy real?
Cranial osteopathy is a gentle technique – practitioners claim to feel a subtle pulse in the fluid surrounding the brain. There is some research to suggest that these pulses are related to slow, regular changes in blood pressure in the brain.
What is the difference between osteopathy and Cranial Osteopathy?
Cranial osteopathy is not different to osteopathy, it is the name given to a subtle and refined approach to osteopathy that follows all the principles of osteopathy, and it is used throughout the body not just in the head.
Is cranial osteopathy safe?
Cranial osteopathy side effects
Cranial osteopathy is performed by a doctor who specializes in osteopathic medicine. It’s generally considered safe when performed by a licensed professional.
What are the side effects of osteopathy?
Common side effects of osteopathy
- Mild pain or discomfort at the point of manipulation.
How much does cranial osteopathy cost?
The cost of treatment is £80 for an initial assessment and £80 for ongoing treatments. If you wish to claim the cost of your treatment through your health insurance please call us to make an appointment.
Can cranial osteopathy help anxiety?
How can Osteopathy Help? Osteopathy works in combination to other mental health services to help to reduce anxiety and its impact on the body. Treatment will typically involve addressing the body’s overactive nervous system and the secondary flow on affects such as tight muscles, headaches, digestive issues and so on.
How often should you have Craniosacral therapy?
The number of sessions needed varies widely – from just one up to three or more a week over the course of several weeks.
Does cranial osteopathy work for reflux?
Cranial Osteopathy helps to identify and treat any restrictions related to childbirth, feeding, and reflux.