Cranial Osteopathy

Cranial osteopathy describes a very subtle and gentle approach to the treatment of the whole body (not just the head as is implied by the name).
Cranial Osteopathy is not different to Osteopathy, it simply recognises the importance of subtle mechanics at work within the head, and the effect that subtle mechanical strains can have on influencing the health of the whole body. Andrew Gilmour is not not trained in, nor does he practice the cranial approach. It is a specialised field involving considerable postgraduate study.
James Zarro is a Cranial Osteopath, having a masters degree in the Osteopathic treatment of children, and is experienced in the cranial field. He practises at 10 Fonnereau Rd.

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