Principle Osteopath specialising in Structural & Cranial Osteopathy
EDA KURAN BSc.(hons) Ost.
Muscle therapy for lasting pain relief
Since opening in 2002, the Broadstairs Osteopathic Practice has established itself as the one of southeast Kent’s most popular clinics, treating muscular pain in both adults and children. Cranial Osteopathy and W.M.Acupunture are also available .
What is Osteopathy?
Osteopathy is a system of medicine primarily concerned with the structure and function of the body i.e. the bones, joints, muscles, ligaments and connective tissues. It is a natural complementary therapy, which seeks to overcome the wide range of diseases which can result from disturbances to the body’s framework and moving parts.
Structural Osteopathy was developed in the 1870s by Dr Andrew Taylor Still, a physician who discovered the benefits of manipulation in a whole range of injuries and ailments. His pioneering work was further developed by Dr William Garner Sutherland who identified that restricted motion between component parts of the skull also influences the rest of the body, outlining fundamental principles of Cranial Osteopathy.
“I have had several sessions with Eda for back, neck and shoulder problems. She is excellent in every way. Her warm, kind, and caring nature along with her ‘can-do’ attitude immediately put me at ease. Her skill and expertise as an osteopath has meant a new lease of life for me as she has freed me from so much pain.”– Juno
Broadstairs Osteopathic Practice
31 Westwood Road
Previous address York Street
Registered with the General Osteopathic Council