Craniofascial Integrative Therapy Definition

CranioFascial Integrative Therapy: This therapy is based on the integration of the fascial and CranioSacral systems. It works to gently release restrictions that may be causing pain, or problems in the immune, nervous, digestive, endocrine or other body systems. The therapist uses a very light touch and works to correct the origin of the pain.

CranioFascial Integrative Therapy has been said to successfully correct infertility, adhesions, scoliosis, fibromyalgia, arthritis, myofascial pain syndrome, TMJ, endometriosis, plantar fasciitis, ADD/ADHD, torticollis, carpal tunnel, sports injuries, arthritis, and pain in any area of the body, including pre and post surgical pain and migraines. The therapy is said to be so gentle it may be used on babies at the time of their birth as well as the last daysof their lives.

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