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In Situ Osteopathy

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Osteopathy is a gentle treatment for health and balance. People visit the clinic for pain or stress relief. Your pain/stress may take the form of a headache or back pain. Maybe you are recovering from an operation for example. Sometimes our habits or activities lead us to develop patterns of movement consequently creating tension or strain as you adjust to your environment. These patterns can be ingrained for many years before presenting as an ache, discomfort, tightness, troubled sleep or even disease. So whether you have back or neck trouble, muscle pain or joint restriction, amongst a myriad of symptoms, osteopathy is a modality to assist you during your process to feel better, healthier and stronger.
When treatment has finished, I may advise you regarding maintainence and a few exercises to improve your current situation.Please arrive at your appointed time and not earlier as I'm unable to open whilst in treatment.
The benefits of osteopathic research:
https://www.effo.eu/research

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Osteopathy New Patient
CC2
Osteopathy is a form of manual therapy based on philosophy and principles that allow practitioners to use a method of diagnosis and treatment through using their hands. We take into consideration the health and vitality of the whole person using the premiss that no body part, or system of the body, works in isolation. The practice of osteopathy is based on four fundamental principles that guide osteopathic reasoning and diagnosis towards a natural health-oriented, patient-centred approach to healthcare. These principles are: The human being functions as a whole; nothing works in isolation The body has its own inherent self-regulatory mechanisms to self-heal. The structure and function (anatomy and physiology) of the body are interconnected and interrelated on every level The treatment of the patient is based on the above three principles. As an Osteopath, we are focused on maintaining homeostasis of all systems, promoting normal circulation of blood and lymph throughout the body. This funnels nutrition to all bodily tissues and enables the drainage of metabolic waste from those same tissues. Collectively, this maintains a healthy, functioning nervous system. The core of Osteopathy is the recognition of the bodys innate ability to heal itself when blockages are removed.
Osteopathy is a form of manual therapy based on philosophy and principles that allow practitioners to use a method of diagnosis and treatment through using their hands. We take into consideration the health and vitality of the whole person using the premiss that no body part, or system of the body, works in isolation.
The practice of osteopathy is based on four fundamental principles that guide osteopathic reasoning and diagnosis towards a natural health-oriented, patient-centred approach to healthcare. These principles are:
The human being functions as a whole; nothing works in isolation
The body has its own inherent self-regulatory mechanisms to self-heal.
The structure and function (anatomy and physiology) of the body are interconnected and interrelated on every level
The treatment of the patient is based on the above three principles.
As an Osteopath, we are focused on maintaining homeostasis of all systems, promoting normal circulation of blood and lymph throughout the body. This funnels nutrition to all bodily tissues and enables the drainage of metabolic waste from those same tissues. Collectively, this maintains a healthy, functioning nervous system.
The core of Osteopathy is the recognition of the bodys innate ability to heal itself when blockages are removed.
Osteopathy Returning Patient 45 minutes
CC2
Osteopathy is a form of manual therapy based on philosophy and principles that allow practitioners to use a method of diagnosis and treatment through using their hands. We take into consideration the health and vitality of the whole person using the premiss that no body part, or system of the body, works in isolation. The practice of osteopathy is based on four fundamental principles that guide osteopathic reasoning and diagnosis towards a natural health-oriented, patient-centred approach to healthcare. These principles are: The human being functions as a whole; nothing works in isolation The body has its own inherent self-regulatory mechanisms to self-heal. The structure and function (anatomy and physiology) of the body are interconnected and interrelated on every level The treatment of the patient is based on the above three principles. As an Osteopath, we are focused on maintaining homeostasis of all systems, promoting normal circulation of blood and lymph throughout the body. This funnels nutrition to all bodily tissues and enables the drainage of metabolic waste from those same tissues. Collectively, this maintains a healthy, functioning nervous system. The core of Osteopathy is the recognition of the bodys innate ability to heal itself when blockages are removed.
Osteopathy is a form of manual therapy based on philosophy and principles that allow practitioners to use a method of diagnosis and treatment through using their hands. We take into consideration the health and vitality of the whole person using the premiss that no body part, or system of the body, works in isolation.
The practice of osteopathy is based on four fundamental principles that guide osteopathic reasoning and diagnosis towards a natural health-oriented, patient-centred approach to healthcare. These principles are:
The human being functions as a whole; nothing works in isolation
The body has its own inherent self-regulatory mechanisms to self-heal.
The structure and function (anatomy and physiology) of the body are interconnected and interrelated on every level
The treatment of the patient is based on the above three principles.
As an Osteopath, we are focused on maintaining homeostasis of all systems, promoting normal circulation of blood and lymph throughout the body. This funnels nutrition to all bodily tissues and enables the drainage of metabolic waste from those same tissues. Collectively, this maintains a healthy, functioning nervous system.
The core of Osteopathy is the recognition of the bodys innate ability to heal itself when blockages are removed.
Osteopathy Returning Patient 75 minutes
CC2
The extra time is for you who need more time with questions and exercises, as well as just giving yourself space to adjust after treatment. Osteopathy is a form of manual therapy based on philosophy and principles that allow practitioners to use a method of diagnosis and treatment through using their hands. We take into consideration the health and vitality of the whole person using the premiss that no body part, or system of the body, works in isolation. The practice of osteopathy is based on four fundamental principles that guide osteopathic reasoning and diagnosis towards a natural health-oriented, patient-centred approach to healthcare. These principles are: The human being functions as a whole; nothing works in isolation The body has its own inherent self-regulatory mechanisms to self-heal. The structure and function (anatomy and physiology) of the body are interconnected and interrelated on every level The treatment of the patient is based on the above three principles. As an Osteopath, we are focused on maintaining homeostasis of all systems, promoting normal circulation of blood and lymph throughout the body. This funnels nutrition to all bodily tissues and enables the drainage of metabolic waste from those same tissues. Collectively, this maintains a healthy, functioning nervous system. The core of Osteopathy is the recognition of the bodys innate ability to heal itself when blockages are removed.
The extra time is for you who need more time with questions and exercises, as well as just giving yourself space to adjust after treatment.

Osteopathy is a form of manual therapy based on philosophy and principles that allow practitioners to use a method of diagnosis and treatment through using their hands. We take into consideration the health and vitality of the whole person using the premiss that no body part, or system of the body, works in isolation.
The practice of osteopathy is based on four fundamental principles that guide osteopathic reasoning and diagnosis towards a natural health-oriented, patient-centred approach to healthcare. These principles are:
The human being functions as a whole; nothing works in isolation
The body has its own inherent self-regulatory mechanisms to self-heal.
The structure and function (anatomy and physiology) of the body are interconnected and interrelated on every level
The treatment of the patient is based on the above three principles.
As an Osteopath, we are focused on maintaining homeostasis of all systems, promoting normal circulation of blood and lymph throughout the body. This funnels nutrition to all bodily tissues and enables the drainage of metabolic waste from those same tissues. Collectively, this maintains a healthy, functioning nervous system.
The core of Osteopathy is the recognition of the bodys innate ability to heal itself when blockages are removed.
Osteopathy New Patient
CC3
, 1 timme 15 min
Osteopathy is a form of manual therapy based on philosophy and principles that allow practitioners to use a method of diagnosis and treatment through using their hands. We take into consideration the health and vitality of the whole person using the premiss that no body part, or system of the body, works in isolation. The practice of osteopathy is based on four fundamental principles that guide osteopathic reasoning and diagnosis towards a natural health-oriented, patient-centred approach to healthcare. These principles are: The human being functions as a whole; nothing works in isolation The body has its own inherent self-regulatory mechanisms to self-heal. The structure and function (anatomy and physiology) of the body are interconnected and interrelated on every level The treatment of the patient is based on the above three principles. As an Osteopath, we are focused on maintaining homeostasis of all systems, promoting normal circulation of blood and lymph throughout the body. This funnels nutrition to all bodily tissues and enables the drainage of metabolic waste from those same tissues. Collectively, this maintains a healthy, functioning nervous system. The core of Osteopathy is the recognition of the bodys innate ability to heal itself when blockages are removed.
Osteopathy is a form of manual therapy based on philosophy and principles that allow practitioners to use a method of diagnosis and treatment through using their hands. We take into consideration the health and vitality of the whole person using the premiss that no body part, or system of the body, works in isolation.
The practice of osteopathy is based on four fundamental principles that guide osteopathic reasoning and diagnosis towards a natural health-oriented, patient-centred approach to healthcare. These principles are:
The human being functions as a whole; nothing works in isolation
The body has its own inherent self-regulatory mechanisms to self-heal.
The structure and function (anatomy and physiology) of the body are interconnected and interrelated on every level
The treatment of the patient is based on the above three principles.
As an Osteopath, we are focused on maintaining homeostasis of all systems, promoting normal circulation of blood and lymph throughout the body. This funnels nutrition to all bodily tissues and enables the drainage of metabolic waste from those same tissues. Collectively, this maintains a healthy, functioning nervous system.
The core of Osteopathy is the recognition of the bodys innate ability to heal itself when blockages are removed.
Osteopathy Returning Patient 45 minutes
CC3
, 45 min
Osteopathy is a form of manual therapy based on philosophy and principles that allow practitioners to use a method of diagnosis and treatment through using their hands. We take into consideration the health and vitality of the whole person using the premiss that no body part, or system of the body, works in isolation. The practice of osteopathy is based on four fundamental principles that guide osteopathic reasoning and diagnosis towards a natural health-oriented, patient-centred approach to healthcare. These principles are: The human being functions as a whole; nothing works in isolation The body has its own inherent self-regulatory mechanisms to self-heal. The structure and function (anatomy and physiology) of the body are interconnected and interrelated on every level The treatment of the patient is based on the above three principles. As an Osteopath, we are focused on maintaining homeostasis of all systems, promoting normal circulation of blood and lymph throughout the body. This funnels nutrition to all bodily tissues and enables the drainage of metabolic waste from those same tissues. Collectively, this maintains a healthy, functioning nervous system. The core of Osteopathy is the recognition of the bodys innate ability to heal itself when blockages are removed.
Osteopathy is a form of manual therapy based on philosophy and principles that allow practitioners to use a method of diagnosis and treatment through using their hands. We take into consideration the health and vitality of the whole person using the premiss that no body part, or system of the body, works in isolation.
The practice of osteopathy is based on four fundamental principles that guide osteopathic reasoning and diagnosis towards a natural health-oriented, patient-centred approach to healthcare. These principles are:
The human being functions as a whole; nothing works in isolation
The body has its own inherent self-regulatory mechanisms to self-heal.
The structure and function (anatomy and physiology) of the body are interconnected and interrelated on every level
The treatment of the patient is based on the above three principles.
As an Osteopath, we are focused on maintaining homeostasis of all systems, promoting normal circulation of blood and lymph throughout the body. This funnels nutrition to all bodily tissues and enables the drainage of metabolic waste from those same tissues. Collectively, this maintains a healthy, functioning nervous system.
The core of Osteopathy is the recognition of the bodys innate ability to heal itself when blockages are removed.
Osteopathy Returning Patient 75 minutes
CC3
, 1 timme 15 min
The extra time is for you who need more time with questions and exercises, as well as just giving yourself space to adjust after treatment. Osteopathy is a form of manual therapy based on philosophy and principles that allow practitioners to use a method of diagnosis and treatment through using their hands. We take into consideration the health and vitality of the whole person using the premiss that no body part, or system of the body, works in isolation. The practice of osteopathy is based on four fundamental principles that guide osteopathic reasoning and diagnosis towards a natural health-oriented, patient-centred approach to healthcare. These principles are: The human being functions as a whole; nothing works in isolation The body has its own inherent self-regulatory mechanisms to self-heal. The structure and function (anatomy and physiology) of the body are interconnected and interrelated on every level The treatment of the patient is based on the above three principles. As an Osteopath, we are focused on maintaining homeostasis of all systems, promoting normal circulation of blood and lymph throughout the body. This funnels nutrition to all bodily tissues and enables the drainage of metabolic waste from those same tissues. Collectively, this maintains a healthy, functioning nervous system. The core of Osteopathy is the recognition of the bodys innate ability to heal itself when blockages are removed.
The extra time is for you who need more time with questions and exercises, as well as just giving yourself space to adjust after treatment.

Osteopathy is a form of manual therapy based on philosophy and principles that allow practitioners to use a method of diagnosis and treatment through using their hands. We take into consideration the health and vitality of the whole person using the premiss that no body part, or system of the body, works in isolation.
The practice of osteopathy is based on four fundamental principles that guide osteopathic reasoning and diagnosis towards a natural health-oriented, patient-centred approach to healthcare. These principles are:
The human being functions as a whole; nothing works in isolation
The body has its own inherent self-regulatory mechanisms to self-heal.
The structure and function (anatomy and physiology) of the body are interconnected and interrelated on every level
The treatment of the patient is based on the above three principles.
As an Osteopath, we are focused on maintaining homeostasis of all systems, promoting normal circulation of blood and lymph throughout the body. This funnels nutrition to all bodily tissues and enables the drainage of metabolic waste from those same tissues. Collectively, this maintains a healthy, functioning nervous system.
The core of Osteopathy is the recognition of the bodys innate ability to heal itself when blockages are removed.
Cranial in the Osteopathic field 45 minutes
CC2
Cranial Osteopathy is a whole body experience assisting with improving circulation of cerebral spinal fluid, arterial and venous flow and lymph. Reducing stagnation and improving health. Some people prefer this treatment above any other due to its subtle and gentle approach. Hands are typically placed around the cranium (head) and sacrum (the triangular bone connecting left and right hip bones of the pelvis). A very subtle yet effective treatment to enable ease balance and healing in the whole body identifying strain and stress patterns manifesting as tension, pain or discomfort. Cranial Osteopathy is very effective for: - Everyone! - People who have a lot of pain and may have difficulty being touched or moved and need extra care and compassion - If you have had any kind of trauma or abuse of any kind whether emotional, verbal, physical or sexually related. - Exhaustion/burn out, extreme tiredness and fatigue. Even if you suffer from depression. - Surgery, recent or old, injuries, broken bones or accidents causing concussion or reduced range of movement. - Any symptoms that reduce your quality of life. If you have more questions then please contact me. Please check out the scientific research around Cranial Osteopathy courtesy of Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy Research relevant to cranial osteopathy Baltazar G A, Kolwitz C, Petrone P, et al. (March 18, 2020) Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment Relieves Post-concussion Symptoms in a Case of Polytrauma. Cureus 12(3): e7317. doi:10.7759/cureus.7317 https://www.cureus.com/articles/28591-osteopathic-manipulative-treatment-relieves-post-concussion-symptoms-in-a-case-of-polytrauma?fbclid=IwAR2S4O-eiDGZMww2cGAbmaTIrt2sEPg1wJnXATxayU5XLRhl67K3VvcuDos Herring, S.W. and Teng, S. (2000). Strain in the braincase and its sutures during function. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol., 112: 575-593. doi:10.1002/1096-8644(200008)112:43.0.CO;2-0 See https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2813197/ Matsumae M, Kuroda K, Yatsushiro S, et al. (2019). Changing the Currently Held Concept of Cerebrospinal Fluid Dynamics Based on Shared Findings of Cerebrospinal Fluid Motion in the Cranial Cavity Using Various Types of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Techniques. Neurol Med Chir (Tokyo). 59(4):133-146. doi:10.2176/nmc.ra.2018-0272 See https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6465527/ Moore, C. I., & Cao, R. (2008). The hemo-neural hypothesis: on the role of blood flow in information processing. Journal of neurophysiology, 99(5), 20352047. doi:10.1152/jn.01366.2006
Cranial Osteopathy is a whole body experience assisting with improving circulation of cerebral spinal fluid, arterial and venous flow and lymph. Reducing stagnation and improving health.
Some people prefer this treatment above any other due to its subtle and gentle approach.
Hands are typically placed around the cranium (head) and sacrum (the triangular bone connecting left and right hip bones of the pelvis). A very subtle yet effective treatment to enable ease balance and healing in the whole body identifying strain and stress patterns manifesting as tension, pain or discomfort. Cranial Osteopathy is very effective for:
- Everyone!
- People who have a lot of pain and may have difficulty being touched or moved and need extra care and compassion
- If you have had any kind of trauma or abuse of any kind whether emotional, verbal, physical or sexually related.
- Exhaustion/burn out, extreme tiredness and fatigue. Even if you suffer from depression.
- Surgery, recent or old, injuries, broken bones or accidents causing concussion or reduced range of movement.
- Any symptoms that reduce your quality of life.

If you have more questions then please contact me.
Please check out the scientific research around Cranial Osteopathy courtesy of
Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy

Research relevant to cranial osteopathy
Baltazar G A, Kolwitz C, Petrone P, et al. (March 18, 2020) Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment Relieves Post-concussion Symptoms in a Case of Polytrauma. Cureus 12(3): e7317. doi:10.7759/cureus.7317 www.cureus.com/articles/28591-osteopathic-manipulative-treatment-relieves-post-concussion-symptoms-in-a-case-of-polytrauma?fbclid=IwAR2S4O-eiDGZMww2cGAbmaTIrt2sEPg1wJnXATxayU5XLRhl67K3VvcuDos

Herring, S.W. and Teng, S. (2000). Strain in the braincase and its sutures during function. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol., 112: 575-593. doi:10.1002/1096-8644(200008)112:43.0.CO;2-0 See www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2813197/

Matsumae M, Kuroda K, Yatsushiro S, et al. (2019). Changing the Currently Held Concept of Cerebrospinal Fluid Dynamics Based on Shared Findings of Cerebrospinal Fluid Motion in the Cranial Cavity Using Various Types of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Techniques. Neurol Med Chir (Tokyo). 59(4):133-146. doi:10.2176/nmc.ra.2018-0272 See www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6465527/

Moore, C. I., & Cao, R. (2008). The hemo-neural hypothesis: on the role of blood flow in information processing. Journal of neurophysiology, 99(5), 20352047. doi:10.1152/jn.01366.2006
Cranial in the Osteopathic field 75 minutes
CC2
For you who wish for a longer Cranial treatment, or time for questions, advice and discussion if prefered. Cranial Osteopathy is a whole body experience assisting with improving circulation of cerebral spinal fluid, arterial and venous flow and lymph. Reducing stagnation and improving health. Some people prefer this treatment above any other due to its subtle and gentle approach. Hands are typically placed around the cranium (head) and sacrum (the triangular bone connecting left and right hip bones of the pelvis). A very subtle yet effective treatment to enable ease balance and healing in the whole body identifying strain and stress patterns manifesting as tension, pain or discomfort. Facilitating fluid movement Cranial Osteopathy is very effective for: - Everyone! - People who have a lot of pain and may have difficulty being touched or moved and need extra care and compassion - If you have had any kind of trauma or abuse of any kind whether emotional, verbal, physical or sexually related. - Exhaustion/burn out, extreme tiredness and fatigue. Even if you suffer from depression. - Surgery, recent or old, injuries, broken bones or accidents causing concussion or reduced range of movement. - Any symptoms that reduce your quality of life. If you have more questions then please contact me. Please check out the scientific research around Cranial Osteopathy courtesy of Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy Research relevant to cranial osteopathy Baltazar G A, Kolwitz C, Petrone P, et al. (March 18, 2020) Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment Relieves Post-concussion Symptoms in a Case of Polytrauma. Cureus 12(3): e7317. doi:10.7759/cureus.7317 https://www.cureus.com/articles/28591-osteopathic-manipulative-treatment-relieves-post-concussion-symptoms-in-a-case-of-polytrauma?fbclid=IwAR2S4O-eiDGZMww2cGAbmaTIrt2sEPg1wJnXATxayU5XLRhl67K3VvcuDos Herring, S.W. and Teng, S. (2000). Strain in the braincase and its sutures during function. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol., 112: 575-593. doi:10.1002/1096-8644(200008)112:43.0.CO;2-0 See https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2813197/ Matsumae M, Kuroda K, Yatsushiro S, et al. (2019). Changing the Currently Held Concept of Cerebrospinal Fluid Dynamics Based on Shared Findings of Cerebrospinal Fluid Motion in the Cranial Cavity Using Various Types of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Techniques. Neurol Med Chir (Tokyo). 59(4):133-146. doi:10.2176/nmc.ra.2018-0272 See https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6465527/ Moore, C. I., & Cao, R. (2008). The hemo-neural hypothesis: on the role of blood flow in information processing. Journal of neurophysiology, 99(5), 20352047. doi:10.1152/jn.01366.2006
For you who wish for a longer Cranial treatment, or time for questions, advice and discussion if prefered.

Cranial Osteopathy is a whole body experience assisting with improving circulation of cerebral spinal fluid, arterial and venous flow and lymph. Reducing stagnation and improving health. Some people prefer this treatment above any other due to its subtle and gentle approach.
Hands are typically placed around the cranium (head) and sacrum (the triangular bone connecting left and right hip bones of the pelvis). A very subtle yet effective treatment to enable ease balance and healing in the whole body identifying strain and stress patterns manifesting as tension, pain or discomfort. Facilitating fluid movement Cranial Osteopathy is very effective for:
- Everyone!
- People who have a lot of pain and may have difficulty being touched or moved and need extra care and compassion
- If you have had any kind of trauma or abuse of any kind whether emotional, verbal, physical or sexually related.
- Exhaustion/burn out, extreme tiredness and fatigue. Even if you suffer from depression.
- Surgery, recent or old, injuries, broken bones or accidents causing concussion or reduced range of movement.
- Any symptoms that reduce your quality of life.

If you have more questions then please contact me.
Please check out the scientific research around Cranial Osteopathy courtesy of
Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy

Research relevant to cranial osteopathy
Baltazar G A, Kolwitz C, Petrone P, et al. (March 18, 2020) Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment Relieves Post-concussion Symptoms in a Case of Polytrauma. Cureus 12(3): e7317. doi:10.7759/cureus.7317 www.cureus.com/articles/28591-osteopathic-manipulative-treatment-relieves-post-concussion-symptoms-in-a-case-of-polytrauma?fbclid=IwAR2S4O-eiDGZMww2cGAbmaTIrt2sEPg1wJnXATxayU5XLRhl67K3VvcuDos

Herring, S.W. and Teng, S. (2000). Strain in the braincase and its sutures during function. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol., 112: 575-593. doi:10.1002/1096-8644(200008)112:43.0.CO;2-0 See www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2813197/

Matsumae M, Kuroda K, Yatsushiro S, et al. (2019). Changing the Currently Held Concept of Cerebrospinal Fluid Dynamics Based on Shared Findings of Cerebrospinal Fluid Motion in the Cranial Cavity Using Various Types of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Techniques. Neurol Med Chir (Tokyo). 59(4):133-146. doi:10.2176/nmc.ra.2018-0272 See www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6465527/

Moore, C. I., & Cao, R. (2008). The hemo-neural hypothesis: on the role of blood flow in information processing. Journal of neurophysiology, 99(5), 20352047. doi:10.1152/jn.01366.2006
Cranial in the Osteopathic field 45 minutes
CC3
, 45 min
Cranial Osteopathy is a whole body experience assisting with improving circulation of cerebral spinal fluid, arterial and venous flow and lymph. Reducing stagnation and improving health. Some people prefer this treatment above any other due to its subtle and gentle approach. Hands are typically placed around the cranium (head) and sacrum (the triangular bone connecting left and right hip bones of the pelvis). A very subtle yet effective treatment to enable ease balance and healing in the whole body identifying strain and stress patterns manifesting as tension, pain or discomfort. Cranial Osteopathy is very effective for: - Everyone! - People who have a lot of pain and may have difficulty being touched or moved and need extra care and compassion - If you have had any kind of trauma or abuse of any kind whether emotional, verbal, physical or sexually related. - Exhaustion/burn out, extreme tiredness and fatigue. Even if you suffer from depression. - Surgery, recent or old, injuries, broken bones or accidents causing concussion or reduced range of movement. - Any symptoms that reduce your quality of life. If you have more questions then please contact me. Please check out the scientific research around Cranial Osteopathy courtesy of Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy Research relevant to cranial osteopathy Baltazar G A, Kolwitz C, Petrone P, et al. (March 18, 2020) Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment Relieves Post-concussion Symptoms in a Case of Polytrauma. Cureus 12(3): e7317. doi:10.7759/cureus.7317 https://www.cureus.com/articles/28591-osteopathic-manipulative-treatment-relieves-post-concussion-symptoms-in-a-case-of-polytrauma?fbclid=IwAR2S4O-eiDGZMww2cGAbmaTIrt2sEPg1wJnXATxayU5XLRhl67K3VvcuDos Herring, S.W. and Teng, S. (2000). Strain in the braincase and its sutures during function. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol., 112: 575-593. doi:10.1002/1096-8644(200008)112:43.0.CO;2-0 See https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2813197/ Matsumae M, Kuroda K, Yatsushiro S, et al. (2019). Changing the Currently Held Concept of Cerebrospinal Fluid Dynamics Based on Shared Findings of Cerebrospinal Fluid Motion in the Cranial Cavity Using Various Types of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Techniques. Neurol Med Chir (Tokyo). 59(4):133-146. doi:10.2176/nmc.ra.2018-0272 See https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6465527/ Moore, C. I., & Cao, R. (2008). The hemo-neural hypothesis: on the role of blood flow in information processing. Journal of neurophysiology, 99(5), 20352047. doi:10.1152/jn.01366.2006
Cranial Osteopathy is a whole body experience assisting with improving circulation of cerebral spinal fluid, arterial and venous flow and lymph. Reducing stagnation and improving health.
Some people prefer this treatment above any other due to its subtle and gentle approach.
Hands are typically placed around the cranium (head) and sacrum (the triangular bone connecting left and right hip bones of the pelvis). A very subtle yet effective treatment to enable ease balance and healing in the whole body identifying strain and stress patterns manifesting as tension, pain or discomfort. Cranial Osteopathy is very effective for:
- Everyone!
- People who have a lot of pain and may have difficulty being touched or moved and need extra care and compassion
- If you have had any kind of trauma or abuse of any kind whether emotional, verbal, physical or sexually related.
- Exhaustion/burn out, extreme tiredness and fatigue. Even if you suffer from depression.
- Surgery, recent or old, injuries, broken bones or accidents causing concussion or reduced range of movement.
- Any symptoms that reduce your quality of life.

If you have more questions then please contact me.
Please check out the scientific research around Cranial Osteopathy courtesy of
Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy

Research relevant to cranial osteopathy
Baltazar G A, Kolwitz C, Petrone P, et al. (March 18, 2020) Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment Relieves Post-concussion Symptoms in a Case of Polytrauma. Cureus 12(3): e7317. doi:10.7759/cureus.7317 www.cureus.com/articles/28591-osteopathic-manipulative-treatment-relieves-post-concussion-symptoms-in-a-case-of-polytrauma?fbclid=IwAR2S4O-eiDGZMww2cGAbmaTIrt2sEPg1wJnXATxayU5XLRhl67K3VvcuDos

Herring, S.W. and Teng, S. (2000). Strain in the braincase and its sutures during function. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol., 112: 575-593. doi:10.1002/1096-8644(200008)112:43.0.CO;2-0 See www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2813197/

Matsumae M, Kuroda K, Yatsushiro S, et al. (2019). Changing the Currently Held Concept of Cerebrospinal Fluid Dynamics Based on Shared Findings of Cerebrospinal Fluid Motion in the Cranial Cavity Using Various Types of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Techniques. Neurol Med Chir (Tokyo). 59(4):133-146. doi:10.2176/nmc.ra.2018-0272 See www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6465527/

Moore, C. I., & Cao, R. (2008). The hemo-neural hypothesis: on the role of blood flow in information processing. Journal of neurophysiology, 99(5), 20352047. doi:10.1152/jn.01366.2006
Cranial in the Osteopathic field 75 minutes
CC3
, 1 timme 15 min
For you who wish for a longer Cranial treatment, or time for questions, advice and discussion if prefered. Cranial Osteopathy is a whole body experience assisting with improving circulation of cerebral spinal fluid, arterial and venous flow and lymph. Reducing stagnation and improving health. Some people prefer this treatment above any other due to its subtle and gentle approach. Hands are typically placed around the cranium (head) and sacrum (the triangular bone connecting left and right hip bones of the pelvis). A very subtle yet effective treatment to enable ease balance and healing in the whole body identifying strain and stress patterns manifesting as tension, pain or discomfort. Facilitating fluid movement Cranial Osteopathy is very effective for: - Everyone! - People who have a lot of pain and may have difficulty being touched or moved and need extra care and compassion - If you have had any kind of trauma or abuse of any kind whether emotional, verbal, physical or sexually related. - Exhaustion/burn out, extreme tiredness and fatigue. Even if you suffer from depression. - Surgery, recent or old, injuries, broken bones or accidents causing concussion or reduced range of movement. - Any symptoms that reduce your quality of life. If you have more questions then please contact me. Please check out the scientific research around Cranial Osteopathy courtesy of Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy Research relevant to cranial osteopathy Baltazar G A, Kolwitz C, Petrone P, et al. (March 18, 2020) Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment Relieves Post-concussion Symptoms in a Case of Polytrauma. Cureus 12(3): e7317. doi:10.7759/cureus.7317 https://www.cureus.com/articles/28591-osteopathic-manipulative-treatment-relieves-post-concussion-symptoms-in-a-case-of-polytrauma?fbclid=IwAR2S4O-eiDGZMww2cGAbmaTIrt2sEPg1wJnXATxayU5XLRhl67K3VvcuDos Herring, S.W. and Teng, S. (2000). Strain in the braincase and its sutures during function. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol., 112: 575-593. doi:10.1002/1096-8644(200008)112:43.0.CO;2-0 See https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2813197/ Matsumae M, Kuroda K, Yatsushiro S, et al. (2019). Changing the Currently Held Concept of Cerebrospinal Fluid Dynamics Based on Shared Findings of Cerebrospinal Fluid Motion in the Cranial Cavity Using Various Types of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Techniques. Neurol Med Chir (Tokyo). 59(4):133-146. doi:10.2176/nmc.ra.2018-0272 See https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6465527/ Moore, C. I., & Cao, R. (2008). The hemo-neural hypothesis: on the role of blood flow in information processing. Journal of neurophysiology, 99(5), 20352047. doi:10.1152/jn.01366.2006
For you who wish for a longer Cranial treatment, or time for questions, advice and discussion if prefered.

Cranial Osteopathy is a whole body experience assisting with improving circulation of cerebral spinal fluid, arterial and venous flow and lymph. Reducing stagnation and improving health. Some people prefer this treatment above any other due to its subtle and gentle approach.
Hands are typically placed around the cranium (head) and sacrum (the triangular bone connecting left and right hip bones of the pelvis). A very subtle yet effective treatment to enable ease balance and healing in the whole body identifying strain and stress patterns manifesting as tension, pain or discomfort. Facilitating fluid movement Cranial Osteopathy is very effective for:
- Everyone!
- People who have a lot of pain and may have difficulty being touched or moved and need extra care and compassion
- If you have had any kind of trauma or abuse of any kind whether emotional, verbal, physical or sexually related.
- Exhaustion/burn out, extreme tiredness and fatigue. Even if you suffer from depression.
- Surgery, recent or old, injuries, broken bones or accidents causing concussion or reduced range of movement.
- Any symptoms that reduce your quality of life.

If you have more questions then please contact me.
Please check out the scientific research around Cranial Osteopathy courtesy of
Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy

Research relevant to cranial osteopathy
Baltazar G A, Kolwitz C, Petrone P, et al. (March 18, 2020) Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment Relieves Post-concussion Symptoms in a Case of Polytrauma. Cureus 12(3): e7317. doi:10.7759/cureus.7317 www.cureus.com/articles/28591-osteopathic-manipulative-treatment-relieves-post-concussion-symptoms-in-a-case-of-polytrauma?fbclid=IwAR2S4O-eiDGZMww2cGAbmaTIrt2sEPg1wJnXATxayU5XLRhl67K3VvcuDos

Herring, S.W. and Teng, S. (2000). Strain in the braincase and its sutures during function. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol., 112: 575-593. doi:10.1002/1096-8644(200008)112:43.0.CO;2-0 See www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2813197/

Matsumae M, Kuroda K, Yatsushiro S, et al. (2019). Changing the Currently Held Concept of Cerebrospinal Fluid Dynamics Based on Shared Findings of Cerebrospinal Fluid Motion in the Cranial Cavity Using Various Types of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Techniques. Neurol Med Chir (Tokyo). 59(4):133-146. doi:10.2176/nmc.ra.2018-0272 See www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6465527/

Moore, C. I., & Cao, R. (2008). The hemo-neural hypothesis: on the role of blood flow in information processing. Journal of neurophysiology, 99(5), 20352047. doi:10.1152/jn.01366.2006
Yoga 1 person
CC2
Yoga designed for your needs and goals based on any previous injuries or restriction. This time includes breathwork, asana practice, relaxation and and open conversation if you have questions during your practice. You can record yourself so you have a regular practice to follow if you wish to. We work together to achieve what works best for you.
Yoga designed for your needs and goals based on any previous injuries or restriction. This time includes breathwork, asana practice, relaxation and and open conversation if you have questions during your practice. You can record yourself so you have a regular practice to follow if you wish to. We work together to achieve what works best for you.
Yoga 2 people
CC2
Yoga designed for your needs and goals based on any previous injuries or restriction. This time includes breathwork, asana practice, relaxation and and open conversation if you have questions during your practice. You can record yourself so you have a regular practice to follow if you wish to. We work together to achieve what works best for you.
Yoga designed for your needs and goals based on any previous injuries or restriction. This time includes breathwork, asana practice, relaxation and and open conversation if you have questions during your practice. You can record yourself so you have a regular practice to follow if you wish to. We work together to achieve what works best for you.
Yoga 1 person
CC3
, 60 min
Yoga designed for your needs and goals based on any previous injuries or restriction. This time includes breathwork, asana practice, relaxation and and open conversation if you have questions during your practice. You can record yourself so you have a regular practice to follow if you wish to. We work together to achieve what works best for you.
Yoga designed for your needs and goals based on any previous injuries or restriction. This time includes breathwork, asana practice, relaxation and and open conversation if you have questions during your practice. You can record yourself so you have a regular practice to follow if you wish to. We work together to achieve what works best for you.
Yoga 2 people
CC3
, 60 min
Yoga designed for your needs and goals based on any previous injuries or restriction. This time includes breathwork, asana practice, relaxation and and open conversation if you have questions during your practice. You can record yourself so you have a regular practice to follow if you wish to. We work together to achieve what works best for you.
Yoga designed for your needs and goals based on any previous injuries or restriction. This time includes breathwork, asana practice, relaxation and and open conversation if you have questions during your practice. You can record yourself so you have a regular practice to follow if you wish to. We work together to achieve what works best for you.

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5.0
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6 aug 2022
Penny is extremely competent kind present and professional. She really listens and has given me enormous help with my multiple injuries, pain as well as my stress and burn out.
Emelie E
5 aug 2022
She is amazing- she can release stress in my body.
Debra Z R
30 maj 2022
Världsklass
Sabina S
20 maj 2022
Wonderful treatment in a calm environment. As always very grateful for the immediate relief and long term benefits! Thank you.
Leni W
21 apr 2022
Very good! Penny is a lovely person and open minded. Very gentle. Recommend!
Li D
Svar från In Situ Osteopathy: 27 apr 20:14
Thanks for your feedback Li. Take care and stay well.
10 apr 2022
Superbra! Penny hittar alltid rätt behandling.
Agneta T
Svar från In Situ Osteopathy: 14 apr 09:30
Thanks for the testimonial. Hope you feel better.
21 feb 2022
Bra analys, löste problemet, mådde bättre
Pontus S
Svar från In Situ Osteopathy: 14 apr 09:28
Thanks for the feedback! Hope all is well.
20 dec 2021
mycket professionellt och fint bemötande, Penny är mycket kunnig, gav mycket tid, kände mig trygg i hennes händer
Anna-Maria T
Svar från In Situ Osteopathy: 15 feb 12:02
Hej Anna-Maria, Thanks for the testimonial. Glad to be of help and always a pleasure to work with you! Take care.
3 dec 2021
Helt fantastiskt bemötande! känner mig tagen på allvar
Christina J
Svar från In Situ Osteopathy: 10 dec 2021 10:57
Thanks Christina, it's important to feel that any therapist you visit takes you seriously. I'm glad you felt heard. You are always welcome back. Take care
1 dec 2021
Fantastiskt bemötande på alla sätt och vis.
Alexandra W
Svar från In Situ Osteopathy: 10 dec 2021 10:54
Thanks Alexandra, I hope you all is well with you.
19 nov 2021
underbar
Christina J
Svar från In Situ Osteopathy: 10 dec 2021 10:53
Thanks for your feedback Christina. Take care.
8 nov 2021
Wonderful treatment. Penny is a very skilled osteopath and communicator. She is thorough in her questions and in her treatment. It's also great that she also has a sense of humour if you need to lift your spirits. An extremely professional osteopath.
Barbara P
Svar från In Situ Osteopathy: 10 dec 2021 10:55
Thanks Barbara, hope you are feeling better.
24 okt 2021
Penny tar sig alltid tid till att lyssna på ens egna upplevelser och erfarenheter av sitt problem, samtidigt som hon gör en noggrann genomgång för en egen bedömning. Hon är mycket duktig på att både lindra besvären och söka efter kärnan till problemen. Förutom att ge suverän behandling så ger hon även bra tips på övningar man själv kan göra för att bli bättre. Osteopati överlag har hjälpt mig bli bättre på ett sätt som ingen annan behandlingstyp har lyckats med.
Åsa A
Svar från In Situ Osteopathy: 2 nov 2021 21:15
Thanks for the feedback Åsa. Hope you are feeling better. Take care and you are always welcome back when and if you need to. All the best.
16 okt 2021
it was very good discussion, loads of information and recommendation. sensible check up and treatment. very pleasant and friendly atmosphere.
Verifierad kund
Svar från In Situ Osteopathy: 2 nov 2021 21:13
Thanks for your feedback. I hope you are feeling better and in good health. Kind regards.
7 okt 2021
Amazing yoga class
Mali G
Svar från In Situ Osteopathy: 8 oct 2021 09:36
You are welcome anytime Mali. Take care.
30 sep 2021
Känslomässiga spänningar förlöstes, min kropp känns mer grundad och det gör inte längre ont.
Marie M
Svar från In Situ Osteopathy: 8 oct 2021 09:37
So glad to hear Marie. Look after yourself.
26 aug 2021
Kunnig o lyhörd behandlare med fjäderlätta händer som gör massiv verkan.
Anna F
Svar från In Situ Osteopathy: 28 aug 2021 20:21
Hej Anna, thanks for your feedback. It was a pleasure working with you. Have a good weekend.
18 aug 2021
Lika bra som alltid, dvs underbart! Märker stor skillnad i kroppen efter bara en behandling!
Andrea H
Svar från In Situ Osteopathy: 19 aug 2021 10:35
Thanks Andrea, hope you are feeling better. Take care of yourself.
28 jul 2021
Penny är toppen, väldigt varmt bemötande och väldigt kunnig!
Anna J
Svar från In Situ Osteopathy: 19 aug 2021 10:22
Thanks Anna, hope all is well with you.
23 jul 2021
Penny is amazing- You will love her
Debra Z R
Svar från In Situ Osteopathy: 26 jul 2021 13:25
It?s a pleasure working with you Debbie. Thanks for your trust.
27 jun 2021
Cranial osteopathy treatment. Amazing. So relaxing. Professional. I highly recommend this kind of treatment. Mine was a treatment for stress.
Jennifer M
Svar från In Situ Osteopathy: 28 jul 2021 11:54
Hope you are feeling better Jen.
7 jun 2021
Penny took a lot of time to carefully explain her diagnosis, what could have caused my pain and how to avoid and alleviate it in the future. There is a calm and pleasant atmosphere in the practice.
Verifierad kund
Svar från In Situ Osteopathy: 28 jul 2021 11:55
Thanks for the testimonial. Hope you feel better.
31 maj 2021
Väldigt noggrann och djup. Penny är fantastisk! Ser fram emot min nästa behandling!
Zoe S
Svar från In Situ Osteopathy: 28 jul 2021 11:56
Thanks Zoe. Hope all is well with you.
22 maj 2021
Penny takes the time to understand the holistic perspective. Very professional approach. I felt very at ease in the space she created and was amazed at how such gentle touch could have such an impact.
Anna S
Svar från In Situ Osteopathy: 28 jul 2021 11:56
Thanks Anna. Hope you are feeling better.
7 apr 2021
Fick behandling för spänningar/obalans i nacke och rygg som kvarstått drygt ett år efter nacktrauma. Fick fantastikt bra behandling/hjälp och nya insikter. Väldigt tacksam.
Ingrid R
Svar från In Situ Osteopathy: 28 jul 2021 11:57
Thanks Ingrid. Hope all is well with you.
24 mar 2021
Magical treatment!
Daniel C
Svar från In Situ Osteopathy: 28 jul 2021 11:57
Thanks Daniel. Hope you are feeling better.
23 mar 2021
Words can not describe the magic of Penny! She has helped me through a lot and I keep coming back whenever there is something going on, in my body or mind. Pennys gentle touch and approach and her deep knowledge, it is truly amazing!
Åsa B
Svar från In Situ Osteopathy: 28 jul 2021 11:59
Thanks Åsa, it?s been a pleasure working with you. Hope you are feeling better.
15 mar 2021
Underbar behandling!
Sabina S
Svar från In Situ Osteopathy: 28 jul 2021 11:59
Thanks Sabina. Hope you are well.
15 dec 2020
Varma rekommendationer för Penny. Hon är till stor hjälp.
Leif P
Svar från In Situ Osteopathy: 28 jul 2021 11:59
Thanks Leif. Hope you have some respite and taking care.
10 dec 2020
Individuellt utformad, tog sig tid för att testa o lyssna av. Mycket nöjd!
Pontus S
Svar från In Situ Osteopathy: 28 jul 2021 12:00
Thank you Pontus. Hope you are well.