Craniosacral Therapy (CST)
Craniosacral Therapy is a profound, non-invasive healing procedure that uses gentle touch to release stress, disruption, injury, and deep-seated trauma, as well as to relieve tension in the central nervous system. It has been shown to help with a wide range of issues, from small aches and pains to serious chronic diseases. CST is a gentle hands-on holistic method that affects the musculoskeletal, nervous, cardio-vascular, circulatory, and immune systems, as well as the organs, tissues, and fasciae, at numerous levels in the body. It activates the body’s self-healing systems to alleviate diseases, symptoms, and underlying causes. This restores equilibrium across the body’s numerous systems, restoring sparkling health and well-being.
CST is a holistic and organic therapy. CST uses a gentle touch to assess the membranes and fluid circulation in and around the central nervous system. Reducing central nervous system tension creates a sense of well-being by alleviating pain and improving health and immunity. It recognises the body’s natural potential to heal itself. It will not interfere with any current treatments you are receiving and may even enhance and speed up healing. This therapy has been used by thousands of people all over the world. Using a very mild, light-touch method, tensions deep in the central nervous system are released, allowing all other systems in the body to relax and self-correct. It aids in the natural release of pain, stress, and discomfort.
What conditions may benefit from craniosacral treatment (CST)?
Frequently Ask Questions
Craniosacral Therapy has helped numerous people all around the world. Elite Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Centre has many case studies that monitored their development over 3-6 months. After-treatment reviews include ‘feeling like I have a new body’ and ‘I am back to being me again!’ Migraines, back problems, arthritis, depression, anxiety, and other disorders are eased. Students have improved attention and clarity. Professionals perform better at their work.”