Paediatric Osteopathy

Osteopathy for babies and newborns is an effective and gentle treatment for a range of conditions or issues parents might encounter. It is very normal to feel overwhelmed and or anxious when your little prince/princess is hard to console. Maybe you are new to the game or a seasoned veteran, there will be challenges for every parent in many different ways.

Here at Inline Osteo you can expect a detailed case history, looking at the pregnancy, delivery, and also dive into the ‘why’ you have come to see us. When we are done talking we move onto our testing phase, where we perform our normal baby checks (reflexes and hip alignment/ eye-tracking and more). Then we lead into looking at what is the main cause of your baby’s discomforts.

Treatment normally consists of a combination of functional movement (balanced ligamentous tension), Cranial Osteopathy (the indirect work on the rhythm of the cranial bones), and light touch techniques.

Osteopath treating baby

We work closely with parents in order to make a positive change in the clinic room and at home, by giving effective home care advice so parents have the tools when things get tough.

If your baby or child has a condition that needs further assessment or onwards referral for any reason, then we can advise on the specific pathways to see you get the care you need fast.

We love treating babies and newborns here at Inline Osteo, if you are unsure how Osteopathy can help your baby, then please do not hesitate to give us a call for more information. Alternatively, you can always ask your midwife or doctor if Osteopathy is right for you.

What we help with:
Colic
Reflux
Crying/screaming/irritability
Ear infections
Feeding difficulties
Sleep disruptions
Head preference
Birth complications
Hip misalignment
Growing pains
Adolescent sport/activity injuries
Asthma

Colic
Reflux
Crying/screaming/irritability
Ear infections
Feeding difficulties
Sleep disruptions

Head preference
Birth complications
Hip misalignment
Growing pains
Adolescent sport/activity injuries
Asthma