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Paediatric Osteopathy; Honing My Skills

On 10th February I attended a paediatric course titled the miserable Baby at the London School of Osteopathy by Miranda Clayton. As the title of this course suggests we discussed subjects around the topic of why a new born baby may be unhappy…

Osteopathy for Babies

Our fantastic receptionist Kathryn has been on maternity leave following the birth of her second baby this summer. We haven’t been given much chance to miss our Kathryn yet though, because she whipped Baby Joey straight into clinic to see…

An Osteo's Guide to Breastfeeding

How often should I feed my baby? Everyone is different, and everyone especially babies feel hungry at different times of the day, but typically babies want to be fed every 2 – 3 hours. Babies are small, and you don’t want to over feed…

All About Colic

Colic is a generalised name given for excessive and frequent crying (more than 3 hours a day for more than 3 days a week), in a baby that otherwise appears to be healthy. What are the symptoms of colic? Common symptoms of colic include: …

Flat Head Syndrome

Plagiocephaly (flat head syndrome) is the term given when a child has an asymmetry to the shape of their head. The medical terminology around this condition is difficult to navigate, and it can be even more difficult for new parents to understand,…