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How can Craniosacral Therapy help those with Scoliosis?

Scoliosis – defined by the Mayo Clinic as “a sideways curvature of the spine” – can be responsible for a broad spectrum of physical complaints, ranging from mild backaches to disabling pain and limited tolerance for physical activity. While many successful treatment options are available that improve dysfunctional curves of the spine, including bracing and [...]

2017-03-26T15:04:35+00:00Categories: Craniosacral Therapy, Patient education and advocacy, Physical Therapy|Tags: , , , , , |Comments Off on How can Craniosacral Therapy help those with Scoliosis?

What is a “release” in the context of Craniosacral Therapy?

Simply stated, Craniosacral therapy is a very gentle hands-on treatment approach allows tensions deep in the central nervous system to release, so that it can function optimally. By doing this, it also helps every other system in the body relax and self-correct as needed. When doing Craniosacral work, a therapist may note to themselves, or [...]

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Relief from a long history of pelvic pain.

The ability of the human body to heal itself is truly amazing. When we get a cut, for example, the body immediately goes to work to repair the area, efficiently knitting itself closed while fighting off infection. I am always astonished - when a scab comes free, or when I peel away a bandage a [...]

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