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CranioSacral Therapy


Many people have never heard of Craniosacral Therapy, but those who have may say it's good but aren't sure why. Those who have experienced a CST session though, swear by this therapy! And for good reason.

 

The general premise behind craniosacral work is to free up restrictions found in the lining of the cerebrospinal fluid (the liquid that surrounds our brain and spinal cord). Why is this so important? No one questions the fact that a head injury can change a person's behavior pattern. The same thing fits here, but in more minute detail.

 

When pressure due to restriction in this lining is pressing on one part of the brain, it chemically changes the way the central nervous system functions, which causes various "symptoms" throughout the body. Depending on where these restrictions are found- it can point to certain dysfunctions that occur. (This has been studied and researched and documented for over 20 years)

 

This work is phenomenal with infants and children. ADD & ADHD, Acid reflux, being "tongue-tied" and sleeping issues can be reduced with this gentle technique.

 

Here are just a few other issues that CST can help address and alleviate:

 

Migraine Headaches

Chronic Neck and Back Pain

Motor-Coordination Impairments

Colic

Autism

Central Nervous System Disorders

Orthopedic Problems

Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injuries

Scoliosis

Infantile Disorders

Learning Disabilities

Chronic Fatigue

Emotional Difficulties

Stress and Tension-Related Problems

Fibromyalgia and other Connective-Tissue Disorders

Temporomandibular Joint Syndrome (TMJ)

Neurovascular or Immune Disorders

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Post-Surgical Dysfunction

 

While it is difficult to explain the whole process in a blog post, hopefully you understand a little more about CST and it's advantages. Of course, the best way to understand it is to experience a session for yourself!

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