Osteopaths treat people of all ages from baby to old age.
A trip to a Cranial Osteopath consisted of a gentle, hands on approach plus observational advice that has turned her health around.
Osteopaths are trained for 4-5 years and must be registered with the General Osteopathic Council, a regulating body ensuring safe and legal practice . Osteopaths must also complete Continued Professional Development yearly in order to stay registered.
You can be sure your child is in safe and caring hands.
At Surbiton Osteopaths, Petra is skilled at Cranial especially in children, babies and pregnancy.
Why not book with them for the Easter break if you are staying at home this holiday?