Heart rate variability and the influence of craniosacral therapy on autonomous nervous system regulation in persons with subjective discomforts: a pilot study.
A 2014 quasi-experimental (controlled) study with cross-over design with 31 individuals. Results suggest: “Both control rest and the intervention gave significant increase of SDNN, but while the increase was +15% (P < 0.05) in the control period, it was +32% (P < 0.05) in the test period. TP value did not increase significantly in the control period (+19%; P > 0.05), but showed high…
The Brain and the “I”
Note: I will not be defining the “I” in this post because it is beyond the scope of what I’m writing about. This is why I keep it in quotation marks throughout the post.
This month in my practice the discussion that’s been on the table is the brain. And the “I.” And their relationship.
Case Study in Pediatric Asthma: The Corrective Aspect of Craniosacral Fascial Therapy.
A 2008 case study showing how craniosacral fascial therapy helped a 9-year-old boy with asthma who developed respiratory symptoms at two months of age. ”Exactly five weeks after this treatment started, his asthma doctor reexamined him. She found his lungs to be clear of any wheezing or other obstructions. His peak flow meter readings were between 275 and 300 Liters/minute, which were in an…
Case study showing how #craniosacral fascial therapy can help children with ADHD:
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Feasibility Study suggests positive effects of #craniosacral therapy for individuals with #migraines:
A systematic review evaluating the clinical benefits of #craniosacral therapy:
Positive effects of #Craniosacral Still Point Technique (CSPT) in individuals with #Dementia:
Database search suggests #craniosacral beneficial for #vertigo patients:
2007 study suggests craniosacral therapy can help improve quality of life for adults with asthma: