About Cram Osteopaths
Cram Osteopaths began with the late Normund Cram in 1946, who whilst studying medicine became dissatisfied with orthodox approaches at that time. He was introduced to Osteopathic theory and opened the first Cram Osteopaths, in Glasgow's west end.
Normund was joined in his practice in 1973 by his son and daughter-in-law, Alex and Heidi Cram, who had graduated from the British College of Naturopathy and Osteopathy (BCNO), now the British College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM). In 2009, Alex and Heidi's daughter and son-in-law, Joanna Cram and Michael Brown (who both also studied at BCOM), became the third generation of Cram Osteopaths!
Today Cram Osteopaths cares for patients from all over Scotland, following the original osteopathic principles that place primary importance on the integral relationship between the body's functions and its structures in the maintenance of good health and in aiding the body to self correct.
This way of thinking is what makes osteopathy unique, and the correction and balancing of the musculoskeletal system is Cram Osteopath's main aim in practice.