Cranial Osteopathy: Gentle Care for all Ages
The ultimate goal of the treatment is to facilitate the body’s natural healing mechanisms using techniques customized to each patient.
Cranial osteopathy was developed in the early 1900’s by Osteopathic Physician William Garner Sutherland and serves as the basis for adapted forms like craniosacral therapy and chiropractic craniopathy. This holistic, hands-on medicine involves no pain, needles or medicines and can be used from cradle to grave. The practice is gentle, involves no thrusting or forceful maneuvers and is safe for newborns.
Cranial osteopathy can be used to treat many conditions, including plagiocephaly, colic and strabismus in infants, and sinusitis and otitis media in all ages. It is also useful for less common diagnoses such as trigeminal neuralgia and dental pain, as well as most ear, nose and throat conditions. The ultimate goal of the treatment is to facilitate the body’s natural healing mechanisms using techniques customized to each patient.
For more information, contact Dr. Debora Cummings Reeh and Dr. Courtenay Deane, located at 701 E. Main St., Ste. 1, Moorestown. Call 856-235-6800 or visit DeboraReehdo.com.Edit ModuleShow Tags