Craniosacral Therapy to Release Stress

Craniosacral therapy is a therapy for light contact. It is used to measure the flow of the cerebrospinal fluid and boost it. Craniosacral therapy reduces the harmful effects of stress and can boost the capacity of your body to take better care of you. If you wish to learn more about this, visit White Plains Chiropractor Association.
Tensions, pain and dysfunction will be released by craniosacral therapy and allow the body to relax and auto-correct itself. If it is back pain, chronic pain, or neck pain, craniosacral therapy can enhance the health and efficiency of the entire body and naturally relieve pain and stress by releasing the central nervous system.
In the 1930s, Dr. Sutherland invented cranial osteopathy. He assumed that, in early childhood, the cranium (the part of the skull surrounding the brain) did not fuse fully and retained some flexibility.
Dr. Upledger developed the Craniosacral Therapy technique in the 1970s. He found that pulses are the cerebral spinal fluid that nourishes and protects the membranes that enclose the brain, spinal cord and sacrum. Craniosacral therapy is distinguished from osteopathy by being “soft tissue-oriented”, ” fluid-oriented” and “membranes-oriented” rather than ” bone-oriented” (encasing the brain and spinal cord).
The craniosacral therapist detects the rhythm during your craniosacral therapy assessment in our Fort Lauderdale office and searches for any constraints that hinder the free movement of the craniosacral system. For amplitude, consistency, rate and symmetry, the craniosacral system is assessed. Such reactions, or lack of them, are essential factors in the different parts of the body’s exploration of dysfunction.
In our South Florida office, craniosacral therapy is performed on clients completely and comfortably dressed, lying on a massage table in a quiet setting.
You face pressures and strains at every stage every day and your body absorbs them. Stress may be internal as well as external stress (emotions/anger/fear/guilt..) (environmental). Over time, the capacity to cope with stress will decline and the tissues will begin to tighten and ultimately affect the brain, spinal cord and the output of your body’s system.