Tags » Cranial Osteopathy

August 16: Holiday - Yoga, Swimming & Tinnitus

August 16: Holiday – Yoga, Swimming & Tinnitus

Tinnitus Richter scale: the constant roaring evaporates into the summer breeze and sunshine. Bliss.

If a Victorian lady had been struck down by an inner ear ailment, she would have been sent to the seaside for six months to live with relatives and convalesce. 964 more words

Infant Reflux Treatment Explained.

This article follows on from our previous one, Infant Reflux – What it is and how to recognise the signs! It looks at the treatment and management of the various types of reflux. 1,981 more words

Statutory regulation of osteopathy and chiropractic: Protecting the public or legitimising quackery?

In the UK, osteopaths and chiropractors are statutory regulated by the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) and General Chiropractic Council (GCC). The primary aim of the GOsC and GCC is supposed to be protection of the public. 754 more words


Infant Reflux - What it is and how to recognise the signs!

What is Reflux?

Reflux is a condition where the contents of the stomach pass into the oesophagus. This may then be swallowed back down (as in silent reflux), pass into the mouth (regurgitation) or be ejected from the mouth (vomiting). 1,561 more words


Sunny Days Magazine

We have been delighted with the positive feedback we have received about our new magazine Sunny Days!

Everyone here at The Children’s Clinic has contributed to the magazine so it’s packed with great information about baby and child health issues. 94 more words


iO Convention 2017: Continuing to train osteopaths in conditions they are not allowed to advertise to treat (as well as other quackery)

I previously highlighted the issues with The Institute of Osteopathy’s Convention 2016 and training being provided to osteopaths in conditions they are not allowed to advertise to treat. 791 more words


The Perrymount Clinic in breach of advertising guidelines for osteopathy for babies and children

The Perrymount Clinic offers a range of different therapies including osteopathy, homeopathy, acupuncture, naturopathy and many others. The “treatments” they offer are mostly pseudoscientific nonsense but that hasn’t stopped them building a business on the back of them. 618 more words