- by Dr Riddhi Sanghani
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- Jul 29 2017
Craniosacral Therapy-know more
Carnio-Sacral Therapy is an unconventional therapy that stabilizes the flow of spinal fluids from the cranium (the segment of the skull surrounding the brain) to the sacram (a large triangular bone at the base of the spine). The therapist works tenderly with the spine and the skull and its cranial sutures. CST is used to treat neck, mental stress, back pain, migraine, chronic pain disorders and many other symptoms.
Until lately it was a popular opinion that the bones of the human skull, cranial bones, merged together and static by the time we attained adulthood. Modern study has proven that these bones are actually inclined of movement through the connective tissue that connects them. The bones and connective tissue of the spine are similar in anatomy to the cranial bones; both comprise a layer of fluid (cerebrospinal fluid) which flows in a rhythmic pulse.
Craniosacral therapists are able to distinguish instability in the flow of cerebrospinal fluid through light touch and the testing of extent of motion in the limbs. Difficulties in the flow have been related with dysfunction in other parts of the body as linked by the central nervous system. Few body compositions have more influence over your health and wellness than your central nervous system, which is affected directly by the cranial sacral system.
Subtle manual pressure is used to loosen problematic areas. Craniosacral therapy releases those strains to allow the entire body to relax and begin self-healing. By releasing the central nervous system so that it can function at its best, Craniosacral therapy helps to naturally diminish and abolish pain and stress which intensifies resistance to disease and can boost general wellness. Sessions are pleasant and extremely de-stressing.
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