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How to Beat Pain Using CST

Many diabetics suffer from various aches and medical disorders such as:

  • migraine and headaches
  • Stress and tension
  • chronic (ongoing) neck and back pain
  • central nervous system disorders
  • orthopedic problems, or problems related to bones, tendons, and ligaments
  • fibromyalgia, an arthritic condition that causes pain in the muscles and bones

Nowadays, there are many clinics out there that provide craniosacral therapy to relieves compression in the bones of the head. All you need to do is type a query 'the best craniosacral therapy near me' and you will find the list of centers that are offering such therapy.

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Craniosacral therapy (CST)

the sacrum is the triangular bone between the two hip bones pelvis in the lower back. cranium is a skull, especially the part that encloses the brain. Craniosacral system extends from the skull to the bottom of the spine. It consists of the membranes and spinal fluid that surrounds the brain and spinal cord, as well as connective tissue and bone attached to the membrane.

In craniosacral therapy (CST), a therapist manipulates a craniosacral system that uses gentle pressure to stimulate the flow of spinal fluid. The idea is to remove restrictions that prevent spinal fluid flows freely and so restore the proper functioning of the nervous system.

During the CST session, you lie on your back. The therapist feels around your skull, spine, and ribs for a place where the muscles are stiff and movement is restricted. So he uses very gentle finger pressure to help the muscles around the affected areas to relax.

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