Craniosacral Therapy

Do you know that, apart from blood and lymph, there is one more circulatory system in our body? It is a cerebrospinal fluid that is located in the structures surrounding the spinal cord and brain. It circulates in our body only several times per minute. Cranio-sacral therapy will help to restore this process to its proper rhythm.

The cerebrospinal fluid carries health information and supplies it to all tissues. Uninterrupted flow of cerebrospinal fluid enables proper development and functioning of the entire body. As a result of injuries, displaced emotions and diseases, this flow is disturbed or even blocked, which may manifest itself in tension, pain and lack of vital energy.

Cranio-sacral therapy is based on restoring natural rhythm and removing blockages in the flow of cerebrospinal fluid by gentle touch. It causes deep relaxation and enables regeneration of the central nervous system. During the procedure, which lasts on average about 1 hour, the therapist performs specific therapeutic systems, also used in other osteopathic approaches, touching the patient’s body in different places: on the skull, chest, sacrum, feet.

This therapy has become known in many countries as an excellent tool to work with patients in case of pain, swelling and diseases of the locomotive system, nervous system, hormonal system, digestive system, immune system. The list of ailments includes migraines, fatigue, hyperactivity, epilepsy, depressions, neuroses, sleep disorders, states after coma, strokes, menstrual disorders, some infertility, diabetes, functional pains, constipation, diarrhoea, colic, frequent infections, perinatal traumas of the child and mother, states requiring manipulation of the skull bone (e.g., abnormalities of the brain, strokes, infertility, diabetes, functional pains, constipation, diarrhoea, colic, frequent infections, perinatal traumas of the child and mother, states requiring manipulation of the skull bone (e.g., abnormalities of the head, abnormalities of the head). after dental and surgical intervention, problems with concentration, hyperactivity in children and adults, stress, dyslexia, problems at school, MPDZ, psychomotor hyperactivity, autism, prematurity, sight and hearing problems, recurrent ear inflammation in children and adults, sinusitis, tension and pain in the temporomandibular joint, ejection of the mandible, speech defects, teeth grinding and malocclusion, as well as spine and back pain, nerve root inflammation, sciatica, scoliosis, painful shoulder tensions and others. The process of balancing the patient’s body, which began during the therapy, does not end at the end of the procedure, but has a time of about 48 hours to adjust the body to the new level of balance. For this reason, it is recommended that the therapy should not be carried out more often than every two or three days.