Craniosacral Therapy (CST) is a gentle, hands-on method of releasing restrictions around the brain and spinal cord to enhance central nervous system performance and allow the body to self-correct. It was developed by osteopathic physician John E. Upledger after eight years of clinical research and testing at Michigan State University.
CranioSacral Therapy strengthens the body's natural healing processes to bolster resistance to disease and improve overall health. It has also proven effective in aiding individuals with a wide range of medical challenge associated with pain and dysfunctions, including:
Neck and Back Pain
Brain and Spinal Cord Injuries
Stress Related Problems
Post Surgical Dysfunction
And Many Other Conditions
Treating Newborn to the Elderly
What you experience during a CST session is highly individual. Some people say they feel deeply relaxed, while others describe feeling unwinding sensation as the body releases tension.
Just as each individual experiences CST sessions differently, the results can be diverse as well. You may leave in such a relaxed state that you feel like sleeping for hours. Or you may leave full of boundless energy. You may feel a decrease in pain or an increase in function immediately after a session, or the effects may develop gradually over the next few days.
Because each individual response to CST is unique, the number of sessions needed to resolve an particular condition varies widely. While one session may give you the relief you need, your situation may require more therapy before it's completely alleviated.
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