Treatment of pain syndromes and autonomic dysfunction

Cranial osteopathy

Cranial osteopathy and craniosacral therapy – сharacterized by manual action on the bones of the skull and pelvis in order to relax the deep structures of the brain that allows you to get rid of headaches, dizziness, tinnitus, insomnia , chronic fatigue syndrome, attention, high blood pressure, vegetative dystonia, prevention of recurrence of pathology of the musculoskeletal system.

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Unlike the views of anatomists of the dead structure, the bones of the skull and pelvis of a living person does not represent a monolith and make micro movements in the joints of the skull and pelvis joints. Cerebrospinal fluid, which bathes the brain is produced in the ventricles of his portions, and as it becomes available gateway system includes the brain.As a result, created impulse that sends a wave through the the dura mater to the skull bones and pelvis, and through this wave develops throughout the body. The rhythm of the waves of the cerebrospinal fluid in the craniosacral system is called craniosacral rhythm. Under fixation and dysfunctions this rhythm in the body is not symmetrical, osteopath interacting with the rhythm and tissues allows the passage of this rhythm is free and, thus, are removed a variety of fixation and dysfunction.
This direction of osteopathy works with the central nervous system (brain and spinal medulla), spinal fluid circulation, diaphragms and fascial connections in the body, optimal linkages of skull structures, sacrum and diaphragms. Therapy is available in both direct and indirect approach. Cranial osteopathy can seamlessly blend with the approach of lygamental and membranous tension balance. The evolution of cranial osteopathy – craniosacral biodynamics – non directive and very gentle approach, when the therapist interacts with the patient’s rhythms and welcome the reserve power of the organism to selfrecovery.

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