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“Of all the conditions that Cranial Osteopaths claim to treat, infantile colic is perhaps one of the most common…So here is a clear statement that there is insufficient evidence to recommend cranial osteopathy (or other manual therapies) for management of colic. It is important to note that these conclusions do not simply relate to the level of evidence required by the [UK] ASA/CAP codes when advertising or making website claims, but to the level of evidence available to justify offering osteopathy as a treatment for colic.” Skeptic Barista blogspot (17th May 2011)