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Craniosacral techniques

 

The craniosacral system consists of membranes and cerebrospinal fluid that surround and protect the brain and spinal cord. Changes in tension or adhesions in this system can lead to a variety of sensory, mortoric, and other neurological problems.
Craniosacral therapy is a gentle manual treatment technique for these structures that stimulates the body's natural healing powers.

 

Craniosacral therapy can have a soothing and causal effect on:

  • Migraines and headaches

  • Chronic neck and back pain

  • Stress and tension-related disorders

  • Chronic fatigue

  • Dysfunctions in the jaw joint

  • Learning difficulties

  • Vision problems
     

Craniosacral therapy is a holistic form of therapy in which structural components of our body, i.e. bones, muscles, internal organs, nervous system and connective tissue, have a functional interrelationship with one another. As long as this interaction works, our organism is healthy. Traumatic events, such as: B. falls, accidents, not necessarily serious but repetitive injuries, serious infections, operations, difficult births, but also psychological trauma, can disrupt the balance between the mentioned systems of our body. The consequences are initially dysfunction of individual or several systems of the organism, which manifest themselves with tension, pain, frequent blockages of the joints, disruption of the hormonal and/or autonomic nervous system.

Craniosacral therapy therefore does not concentrate on individual symptoms, but rather tries to combine the variety of symptoms together. This requires a detailed anamnesis and a precise examination with the hands in order to identify the mobility restrictions of the organs, muscles, joints and connective tissue to feel and solve them.

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