Articles: craniosacral therapy

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  1. An Effective Approach to the Management of Osteoarthritis

    by Jonathan Lawrence

    I was introduced to the effectiveness of complementary medicine, when as a late teenager playing hockey for my local club, one of my team mates was struck in the eye by a hockey bal...

  2. Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy: The Breath of Life, Dynamic Stillness and Trauma Recovery

    by Jane Shaw

    High up in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, recently I had an experience which helped me to better understand the work I do with my craniosacral clients and how powerful it can...

  3. Complexity, Chaos and the Paradigm Shift

    by Jonathan Lawrence

    With the NHS in severe crisis it may be a time to seek for a solution hidden in plain sight. Alternative or complementary medicine is something millions of patients seek of their ow...

  4. Cranial Influence - becoming a 'heavy pendulum'?

    by Leon Chaitow, ND DO

    While cranial osteopathy remains the bedrock of cranial manipulation, this originally 'orthopaedic' model has been overtaken (not completely but to a large extent) by far less eas...

  5. Craniosacral Therapy

    by Will Wilson

    The term Craniosacral Therapy was originally coined in the 1970s by American Osteopathic physician Dr John Upledger.

  6. CranioSacral Therapy

    by Carolan Evans

    Craniosacral Therapy is rapidly gaining recognition as one of the most gentle and yet powerful forms of holistic healing.

  7. CranioSacral Therapy 21 years on

    by John Page

    Why are such a variety of healthcare practitioners excited about the tadpole-shaped bag that lines our skulls and spinal columns?

  8. Craniosacral Therapy and the Face

    by Jonathan Lawrence

    Craniosacral therapy developed from the work of osteopath, William Garner Sutherland, a pupil of Andrew Taylor Still, the father of osteopathy.

  9. Craniosacral Therapy for Chronic Headaches

    by Jonathan Lawrence

    This article focuses on the Craniosacral therapy developed from the work of osteopath, William Garner Sutherland, a pupil of Andrew Taylor Still, said to be the father of Osteopath...

  10. Craniosacral Therapy For Mother and Baby after Birth

    by Jonathan Lawrence

    In the modern world having a baby is as safe as it ever has been. Mother and baby survival is now an expectation rather than a hope. However modern interventions may make the proce...

  11. Craniosacral Therapy in Health and Disease

    by Jonathan Lawrence

    The significance of the craniosacral system in health has become clearer in the last hundred years with William Garner Sutherland in Osteopathy and De Jarnette in Chiropractic devel...

  12. Craniosacral Therapy, Cranial Moulding and Baby Helmets

    by Graham Kennedy RCST

    Craniosacral therapy is well known for its effective treatment of babies and children. Whilst babies are brought for treatment with a wide range of conditions, one of the more dist...

  13. Craniosacral Therapy; Bridging the Science and Art of Healing

    by Jonathan Lawrence

    I was original going to title this piece as Craniosacral Therapy Saves the World on the basis that the principles that underlie CST are the ones that we need to face the challenges ...

  14. Craniosacral Therapy; Towards a Holistic World View

    by Jonathan Lawrence

    When treating patients it is not uncommon when I’m holding the cranium, for the patient to say that they can feel something happening say in the foot or the hip. It is also not unus...

  15. CranioSacral Treatment of the Temporomandibular Joint

    by Jonathan Lawrence

    In my early years of practice I was fortunate enough to work in the same building as an holistic dentist. He specialized in correcting malocclusion. He is the only dental practitio...

  16. Gentle Approaches for Arthritis

    by Jonathan Lawrence

    The author describes the two types of arthritis: osteoarthritis, caused by wear and tear on the joints, and rheumatoid arthritis, which is the result of a disease process that af...

  17. Holistic Approach to ME/CSF

    by Jonathan Lawrence

    ME (Myalgic encephalitis) or CFS (chronic fatigue syndrome) is a puzzling and debilitating disorder affecting about 250,000 people in the UK according to the ME association website...

  18. Listening to the Living Process

    by Matthew Appleton

    A friend of mine began to develop scoliosis as a child and spent her early teens in a brace, as an attempt to prevent it from worsening. Now, in her early thirties, she has a sligh...

  19. Managing Pregnancy and Birth

    by Jonathan Lawrence

    There are nearly 100 trillion cells in the adult body. In each cell there are many thousands of metabolic processes occurring at any one time. It is astonishing how the organism ma...

  20. Osteopathy - It's Only a Model

    by Jonathan Lawrence

    For this column I am going to wax philosophical. Before training as an Osteopath I completed a series of courses as part of my Open University degree in sciences and psychology.

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