Craniosacral Therapy Definition
Craniosacral therapy focuses on reducing tension and stress in the meningeal membrane and its fascial connections to enhance the functioning of the craniosacral system, a fluid circulatory system that surrounds and protects the brain and spinal cord. Treatments can be very relaxing and may include subtle manipulation of the bones of the face, head, vertebral column, and the membranes beneath the skull. It is most commonly used to treat headaches, TMJ-related jaw pain, ear infections, strokes, sinus conditions, vision problems and digestive problems.
It is also very effective in helping with autism, dyslexia, learning disabilities and developmental challenges.