Cranial osteopathy is gentle and non-invasive. Like osteopathy, it is based on the theory that the body heals itself, and the best way to aid the process is to promote balance in its structure and mechanics. Cranial osteopathy
specifically addresses the relationship between bones and related structures in the head, face, spine and pelvis within the healing process. Its effects can be powerful and long-lasting. Using case studies and line drawings, this
manual describes what happens in a session and explains how cranial osteopathy can help with common and more serious problems, such as whiplash, RSI, musculo-skeletal problems and mental illness. The text also shows that
cranial osteopathy can be used at different stages of life such as infancy, the menopause and old age. The book is rounded off with a section on other complementary and natural therapies that encourage wellbeing.
- Publication Date:
- 15 / 06 / 2003