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cranial osteopathy in west london?

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zebedee1 Fri 01-Jun-07 11:49:16

i am thinking of taking my 4 week old for cranial osteopathy as he has colic/ wind problems. Can anyone recommend an osteopath in west london with experience of treating babies? Thanks!

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Coolmama Fri 01-Jun-07 20:59:17

I have very good one in central london, but am not sure it that is too far for you.

zebedee1 Sun 03-Jun-07 22:42:55

i'm sure we can travel, can you post me the details? thanks.

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MrsJohnCusack Sun 03-Jun-07 22:56:46

zebedee, when I lived in Twickenham I took baby DD to a lovely one in Chessington (so not W.London, but not actually that long a drive depending on where you are and if you drive!), as did friends of mine. he was called Richard Mays and practiced here (this was a couple of years ago but it all appears to be the same)

Albinaanna Fri 06-Sep-19 17:49:56

Hi, could you please recommend CO in central London?

DotBall Sat 07-Sep-19 20:39:29

The only person I know whose child had cranial osteopathy was eventually diagnosed with autism. I wondered at the time if they were linked. Personally, I wouldn’t have it done for wind or colic. There are other treatments / passage of time helps. (My DS was very colicky but it passed by about 4 months).

MEgirl Sun 08-Sep-19 14:31:14

I go to a brilliant osteopath in Chorley Wood. Depending on where you are in West London it might not take too long to get there.

Footle Sun 08-Sep-19 17:38:37

@DotBall , are you suggesting that cranial osteopathy caused the child's autism?
No, that is not possible.

DotBall Mon 09-Sep-19 23:32:08

Footle who knows?
I don’t understand why manipulating the bones of a newborn’s head is considered a good thing.

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