Here you will find a selection of published articles and links to research/blogs/case studies that are relevant to CranioSacral Therapy
If you are interested in further CranioSacral Therapy research, articles and case studies, you may like to check out the Upledger Institute International Research Database.
A CranioSacral Therapy perspective
A CRANIOSACRAL THERAPY PERSPECTIVE ON MIGRAINE AND COMPLEX HEADACHES.
Migraine and headaches can be a mysterious and often complex condition for therapists to treat, not to mention a highly distressing experience for the client. Erin Riley presents a different perspective on these issues.
Clinical implications of the triad of compression
ADDRESSING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE SACRUM, OCCIPUT AND SPHENOID.
Recently, our community has started moving away from the traditional medical model toward more of a biopsychosocial model of health, writes international lecturer Erin Riley. She says this shift has emerged from the complexity of the illness/wellness dilemma.
Migraine and sensory overwhelm
INSIGHTS INTO BALANCING A NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND CLIENT-CENTRED APPROACH.
Migraine headaches are a complex and debilitating issue. It is estimated that up to three quarters of adults worldwide have had a headache in the past year and among these individuals 30% or more have reported migraine.
CranioSacral Therapy Research Flyer
A VARIETY OF RESEARCH IN THE FIELD OF CRANIOSACRAL THERAPY.
Researchers all over the world are continuing to contribute to the body of literature on CranioSacral Therapy. This research flyer lists some of the most commonly searched articles.
Direct measurement of the rhythmic motions of the human head identifies a third rhythm
THIS STUDY DEMONSTRATES THE EXISTENCE OF THE CRANIOSACRAL RHYTHM.
Central to the osteopathic cranial field, and at the same time controversial, is the concept of a unique rhythmic movement believed to originate from a primary respiratory mechanism (PRM). Further, the PRM is reported to manifest as a cranial rhythmic impulse (CRI) on the living human skull.
Effectiveness of craniosacral therapy in the treatment of infantile colic. A randomized controlled trial
According to this study, CranioSacral Therapy appears to be effective and safe for infantile colic by reducing the number of crying hours, the colic severity and increasing the total hours of sleep.
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