Craniosacral Therapy: Making Heads or Tailbones of It

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Craniosacral Therapy: Making Heads or Tailbones of It

Posted On: April 2, 2021 by Core Physical Therapy in: Back Pain, Knee pain, Neck Pain, Physical Therapy, Plantar Fasciitis, Prevention, PT, Spinal Health, Torn Rotator Cuff, Women's Health

Say craniosacral therapy and you get a lot of weird looks. Is this a new-age thing? Did someone just make this up? Can it actually make a difference with my pain? No, no, and YES! Craniosacral therapy has been around for years but not every physical therapy clinic uses this technique. In fact, we are one of the few providers in the Des Moines area who do. Why? Because it works. We’ve found time and time again craniosacral therapy to be the way we’re able to help our patients relieve their pain when they haven’t gotten results elsewhere. Here it right from the mouth of one of our physical therapists: “I have a patient who was on constant, significant migraine medication with no real migraine relief. After treatment, she's given up nearly all migraine medications and only needs a treatment every 2 months or so to decrease her migraine symptoms.” Need another one? “I have a patient who complained of numbness and tingling in

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