Osteopathay, Cranial Massage & Acupunture

Stacy Chaitoo

Stacy completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Osteopathy at the Surrey Institute of Osteopathic Medicine.

Stacy completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Osteopathy at the Surrey Institute of Osteopathic Medicine in 2007. She is registered with the General Osteopathic Council and Institute of Osteopathy. Being an osteopath, Stacy is required to complete 30 hours of CPD each year to maintain her insurance and license. As a result, she has done extensive post graduate training.

She did Cranio Sacral Therapy I & II at the Upledger Institute and further cranial learning at the London School of Osteopathy. Stacy has also completed post-graduate training to treat and support women both during pregnancy and post-partum; to name a few. She has recently completed training in Chinese Acupuncture: Si Yuan Balance Method.

Her skills include the use of structural techniques, massage, joint mobilisation, cranial, classical osteopathy techniques, acupuncture and Kineso Taping.

Treating a wide range of conditions in people of all ages from new-born to seniors, Stacy has a warm empathetic approach and aims to help patients feel better as quickly as possible. Depending on the patient’s individual needs and the level of pain they are suffering, she frequently combines treatments for truly fast and effective results.

Stacy has gained a wealth of experience practicing osteopathy in London, Lowestoft, Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire before settling in Thetford to start a family.

Cranial Info

  • Being part of the team at Castle Osteopaths means that the practice can offer treatment to unhappy babies. Signs which indicate that cranial osteopathy may help babies are:
  • suffering with reflux, colic, had a traumatic birth, has a strong neck in the first week
  • unexplained crying, arching backwards/ straightening like a board
  • latching/feeding issues, favouring to feed on one breast and excessive hiccups
  • Cranial is the gentlest form of treatment and often used on adults who are in too much pain, suffers with: headaches, nerve irritation, sinus issues.
  • She accepts most private health care insurances. Currently not Bupa.


  • This year I completed Acucore in the Si Yuan Balance Method Acupuntcure.

    Balance method is lineage. Dr Tan systematised this method by organising thousands of years of Chinese acupuncture into 6 methods.

    The acupuncture focus is on Balance Method, a highly specialised area of acupuncture known for its instant and efficient results and never needling the affected area. It is based on how one channel can balance other channels. Pain is alleviated by selecting distal points on the 4 limbs or on the head.


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