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Cranial osteopathy: What is it and what can it treat?

What is cranial osteopathy?

Cranial osteopathy is based on a theory proposed in the 1930s by William Sutherland who believed that the bones in the skull move in a “cranial rhythm”. 617 more words


Foundation for Paediatric Osteopathy Conference 2017: Osteopaths embracing quackery

This weekend (8th and 9th April 2017) it’s the Foundation for Paediatric Osteopathy Conference. The osteopathy profession in the UK currently has major issues with many osteopaths making misleading claims about what they can treat in order to lure patients into their practices. 619 more words


Supplementary Benefits?

Another session with the cranial osteopath/naturopath has left me riding at the speed of light feeling like I have inhaled five double espressos! I am in possession of a caged beast rattling at the bars. 211 more words


UK Health Centre: Misleading information about osteopathy, chiropractic, homeopathy and acupuncture all on one site

The UK Health Centre website says that it provides “Access to Health and Medical Information on the Internet”. However, this is not a site that just provides information. 1,226 more words


Osteopathy and Chiropractic: Are they as safe as we’re led to believe?

UK osteopaths and chiropractors often claim that their treatments are “very safe”. However, there is a paucity of evidence to back up these claims and any practitioner who claims this is therefore misleading patients and the general public. 802 more words


amazing women

i love that all my girlfriends have changed their careers and now are amazing therapists – nutritionist, osteopathy, pilates, hygienist, psychotherapist and now acupuncture – i get to learn more about natural therapy and am treated to more alternatives to standard medicine! 304 more words

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UK Osteopaths advising on choice of medication: A potential risk to patients

UK osteopaths are not medically trained and are not licensed to prescribe medication. You wouldn’t therefore expect an osteopath to advise patients on choice of medication. 272 more words