What is cranial osteopathy pregnancy?
Cranial osteopathy is a refined and subtle type of osteopathic treatment that encourages the release of stresses and tensions throughout the body, through massage of the bones of the skull. The practitioner can feel subtle, rhythmical shape changes. He then assesses which stresses your body is under and treats them through gentle movements that cause no discomfort. Treatment lengths are similar to those of conventional osteopathy. Cranial osteopathy may help the pituitary gland to function properly if there is a hormonal imbalance that may be affecting fertility. And by rebalancing the body and releasing internal stresses, the treatment can be beneficial for overall health and well-being.
Cranial osteopaths are qualified practitioners who have gone on to specialize in cranial osteopathy, although there is currently no formal recognition of post-graduate training.
Is osteopathy regulated pregnancy?
Osteopathy is one of the few CAMs to be regulated
professional indemnity insurance cover is also a requirement. Osteopaths undertake four- to five-year honours degree programmes underpinned by clinical training before they can qualify.