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Why isn't there more evidence for osteopathy? Thoughts following a long chat with Simon Singh

It’s been quite a few weeks since I spoke to Simon Singh on the subject of why there is not more research in osteopathy.    He shot down many of my lazily held assumptions like fish in the proverbial barrel.  2,788 more words


Reflux Formulas - What they are and how they work.

There are many levels of Reflux in babies varying from a mild version to a very severe reflux that requires medication. The treatment has to be dictated by the level of Reflux and therefore, it is very important to seek the advice of a medical practitioner before you change any aspect of your baby’s feeding routine. 412 more words


Did You Know That Osteopathy Can Help You Improve Your Sleep?

Cranial Osteopathy or Cranial Sacral therapy helps adjust the central nervous system and relax a person so that more restful sleep is obtained. Read more about how Osteopathy treats the total body… 10 more words


Things I wish I'd said to Simon Singh

As someone who couldn’t even work Facebook nine months ago, it came as something of a shock to find I was involved in a Twitter spat with Simon Singh, one of osteopathy’s fiercest critics.  1,644 more words


Cranial osteopathy for pregnancy

Kathy Drake, principal of the Complete Health Centre, is a trained and registered nurse in addition to being a highly experienced osteopath with over 20 years’ expertise in her field. 91 more words

The Complete Health Centre

Time to Optimise your Vitamin D Levels?

Thousands of studies have been done on the health effects of vitamin D, and research shows that it is involved in the biochemical function of all cells and tissues in your body, including your immune system and function. 137 more words


Understanding Visceral Osteopathy

There are numerous forms of osteopathic treatment; cranial osteopathy is arguably the most common and well-known method, but equally as important is the practice of visceral osteopathy. 203 more words