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Cranial Osteopathy

Cranial Osteopathy Maldon

Interested in exploring the advantages of cranial osteopathy? Maldon residents are choosing this form of therapy to release tension and stress in both the head and body.

Maypole Health specialises in holistic treatments for illness and injury, such as cranial osteopathy. We’ll listen to your unique situation or circumstances carefully before taking the right course of action.

To discuss your options or for more information about cranial osteopathy, Maldon residents should contact us today – call 01621 88 80 80 or email

How it works – cranial osteopathy – Maldon

This gentle form of osteopathy is non-invasive as it applies light pressure to specific areas of the head. A cranial osteopath will only use delicate pressure and not prescribe additional treatment, prescriptions or drugs.

Cranial osteopathy has been found to be highly effective in treating a wide variety of conditions in people of all ages. It’s also very beneficial in the treatment of babies and children due to the calming and gentle techniques used.

The fundamental principle of cranial osteopathy is to allow the body to make its own changes from within. During treatment, the osteopath’s hands might appear to hardly move but rest assured that it is working deeply on your problems.

FAQs about cranial osteopathy – Maldon

  • How does it feel while being treated?

The physician will place a very light touch on your head and spine before using gentle non-invasive pressure. There is no sensation of pain or any other activities while the osteopath is performing these manoeuvres on your body.

  • What can cranial osteopathy help with?

Cranial osteopathy works on the basis of unwinding the membranous articular strains that are present in the body thus removing the biomechanical restrictions that prohibit fluid flow, improve circulation and restore normal homeostasis to the body.

  • Does cranial osteopathy actually work?

There is nothing mysterious about cranial osteopathy; it simply encourages and directs the natural healing forces present in the body.

Cranial osteopathy – Maldon local information

Maldon is a town and civil parish on the tidal River Chelmer by the Blackwater Estuary in Essex. At the 2011 Census, it had a population of 14,220. Maldon is on the A414 10 miles east of Chelmsford, and 49 miles north east of Charing Cross, London, using the A13.

Things to do in and around the local area include Promenade Park, the Combined Military Services Museum, the Maeldune Heritage Centre, Maldon Splash Park and Beeleigh Abbey Gardens.

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