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(2968) Latoya
Tue, 23 May 2017 19:40:17 -0700
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Sun, 21 May 2017 09:09:38 -0700
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(2966) Gretta
Sat, 20 May 2017 20:50:17 -0700
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More often than not, most people have not heard of craniosacral therapy.

It is, in fact, a form of bodywork. Quite unlike Massage, acupuncture, or even chiropractice care, craniosacral practitioners use an almost imperceptible amount of force when doing a session on a client. It is a very light and gentle technique.

Craniosacral Therapy was created by Dr. John Upledger, an osteopath and surgeon.

The principles supporting craniosacral therapy are debated to this day. Regardless of why it works, it does. Its rate of success is far higher than would be expected with a placebo.

Having a session of craniosacral therapy is unlike a massage therapy session, whether Swedish, deep tissue, or even any other modality you may be familiar with.

Almost everyone seems to find benefit from treatment, from kids to adults. As mentioned above, there are many detractors and skeptics, claiming craniosacral therapy is quackery, end of story.

However, an intelligent mind should carefully examine what such individuals write, and then make up your own mind about whether you're open to even the possibility of craniosacral therapy being potentially helpful, or dismissing it outright without due consideration.

As a life-long learner, I find that keeping an open mind lets us to continue to learn without the interference of biases.

People enjoy to imagine we're at a time when we've attainted advanced knowledge of everything within all disciplines imaginable, but philosophically, humans have been sophisticated for quite a while. However, there has always been a strong resistance to new ideas.
Paracelsus, the beloved philosopher from Switzerland born only one year after Columbus landed in America, penned, "The art of healing comes from nature, not from the physician. Therefore the physician must start from nature, with an open mind."

I tried a craniosacral treatment for the first time in 1999. For me, it aided how I felt, without a doubt. Apply the principles of the scientific process to your own observations, and you may find that an as-yet unproven modality helps you as it helped me.

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Thu, 18 May 2017 00:48:36 -0700
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