Cranial Osteopathy Witham
Have you been looking into the health benefits of cranial osteopathy? Witham residents have found this gentle form of osteopathy extremely effective in releasing tension and stress in the head and throughout the body.
Maypole Health’s friendly team of osteopathic physicians will take the time to understand your reasons behind pursuing this treatment and tailor their approach accordingly. Rest assured you’ll be treated as an individual, not a number.
For more information or to discover the benefits of cranial osteopathy, Witham residents should get in touch with Maypole Health – call 01621 88 80 80 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Everything you need to know about cranial osteopathy – Witham
Cranial osteopathy is a very gentle form of osteopathy, which uses delicate and non-invasive pressure on the head. It is highly effective in treating a wide variety of conditions in people of all ages, especially babies and children due to the calming techniques used.
The principle behind cranial osteopathy is to encourage the body to make its own changes from within and not rely on a drug prescription. In order for treatment to work, the osteopath must develop a highly acute sense of palpation to understand what the body requires.
During treatment, the osteopath might appear to be very still and not move their hands at all. In fact, some patients are complete unaware the treatment is taking place and may even fall asleep. But this simply means it is working – relaxing the body and encouraging self-healing.
FAQs about cranial osteopathy – Witham
- Who can benefit from cranial osteopathy?
Many patients with a variety of conditions can benefit from cranial osteopathy, but it is especially effective for people with soft tissue injuries as well as strains to the head, torso and extremities.
- How frequently should I get a treatment?
Depending on your condition, treatment may be recommended once or twice a week on an outpatient basis. As your condition improves, treatments may reduce in frequency.
- What is the duration of the relief? Can it be permanent?
The duration of relief can be from hours to days, and generally increases with successive treatments. Pain relief can be permanent.
Cranial Osteopathy – Witham local information
The town of Witham, which is part of the District of Braintree, has a population of just over 25,000 according to the 2011 Census. Witham stands between the city of Chelmsford (8 miles to the south-west) and the town of Colchester (13 miles to the north-east), on the Roman road between the two.