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Cranial Osteopathy and Myofascial Release : Original Training Manual by John Upledger at European School of Osteopathy

Cranial Osteopathy and Myofascial Release has becoming well known especially Cranial Osteopathy for babies pregnancy and after care Helen trained at the European School of Osteopathy where John Upledger come over to lecture and teach the students. Here are extracts from the original Student Training Manual on Cranial Osteopathy and Myofascial Osteopathy - dated 1981

Pregnancy – the Aches and Pains

I have found this excellent article on Pregnancy Aches and Pains and have added a few of my own hints and tips gathered from thirty years experience as an osteopath in Edinburgh.

Cranial Manipulation Theory and Practice

There are many excellent textbooks on osteopathy. One of my favourites is Cranial Manipulation Theory and Practice (Osseous and Soft Tissue Approaches) by Leon Chaitow, published by Churchhill Livingstone. This is beautifully-illustrated textbook - which comes with an excellent CD - combines traditional osteopath approaches with cranial osteopathy.

A recent Review (April 2010) on Cranial Osteopathy during Pregnancy

Recently a previous pregnant patient returned to me for further treatment, because she wanted to have the European School of Osteopathy approach to pregnancy. As a result of recent controversial news on various therapists, she has asked me to publish her review, to reassure other prospective pregnant patients that cranial osteopathy is safe.

Cranial Osteopathy for Babies

I have been treating babies for over twenty years with cranial osteopathy and during this time Cranial Osteopathy for babies and children has become increasing popular. I gave a cranial treatment to a 6 week old baby today and so I will give a brief outline to my own unique approach which has made treating babies a delight.

Cranial Osteopathy – the gentle art of Osteopathy

The first time I really saw the beneficial effects of stress relief using cranial osteopathy was treating a new born baby boy who was endlessly crying. There was no underlying medical condition. To my pleasure, on his first session he relaxed and beamed at his parents.