Cranial Osteopathy

Cranial osteopathy treatments at Shine health & beauty salons in Stoke Newington & Newington Green

Cranial osteopathy is a refined form of osteopathic treatment, which uses very delicate manipulative pressure to encourage your innate healing abilities. Like all osteopathy, it views your body as a self-correcting, self-regulating mechanism that’s constantly striving to establish optimal wellbeing. 

Although often sought by adults for back, neck and joint problems, its delicate, non-invasive nature allows treatment of all ages, in all states of health.

What symptoms does cranial osteopathy treat?

A cranial osteopathy treatment at Shine may help alleviate the following symptoms: 

  • Back and neck pain
  • Headaches
  • Face pain and jaw problems
  • Low back pain
  • Complicated structural problems such as scoliosis
  • Pain in pregnancy or post-natal

Babies often present at the clinic with the following symptoms:

  • Colicky babies – wind, constipation, reflux
  • Lactation problems – weak suckling or tongue tie
  • Poor sleep
  • Chronic coughs and colds
  • Sinus problems
  • Ear infections/glue ear
  • Flat heads
  • Sticky eyes

Treatments for pain & stress relief

The practitioner takes various gentle holds around your body, especially your head and sacrum (the large triangular bone at the base of the spine). Often lasting a few minutes, these enable him or her, to detect how your ‘inner physician’ is working to correct your problems, and then to stimulate that natural rebalancing process through very subtle movements. These subtle holds sometimes result in a temporary worsening of symptoms, generally followed by noticeable improvement after one or two days.

Book your cranial osteopathy treatment at Shine health & beauty salons in Stoke Newington & Newington Green

If you would like to book an appointment then please do not hesitate to get in touch. Call 020 7241 5033 for our Newington Green health & beauty salon or 020 7241 5033 for our Church Street health & beauty salon in Stoke Newington.