Q: I don’t really have a complaint, but I am curious. Could I get CranioSacral Therapy?
A: By all means. We really believe that CranioSacral Therapy on a regular basis, no matter how good you feel, is some of the best health-enhancement activity you can do. You may discover that you feel even better than you thought you could. I’m sure that you will have feer sick days.
Q: What does CranioSacral Therapy do for headaches?
A: Headaches are one of the most common complaints that we treat with CranoSacral Therapy and its oofshoots. I would say that we are 80 to 90 percent succesful no matter what type of headache is presented to us.
Q: How about chronic back pain?
A: Once again, the success is outstanding when CranioSacral Therapy is used for back pain, includeing ruptured dics. We work from the inside (“core”) out. When the “core” is corrected, the outside (peripheral problem) either corrects itself or becomes amenable to conventional treatment.
Q: What can you do for depression?
A: In specific types of despression, CranioSacral Therapy is probably the most effective treatment available In others, when combined with SomatoEmotional Release and Therapeutic Imagery and Dialogue, the results are good.
Q: What can you do for PMS?
A: In most cases we can move the clent toward total eradication of this problem. CranioSacral Therapy can and does help the pelvic organs to function more effectively. We also improve the function of the endocrine system – in this case the pituitary, adrenal and ovarian glands.
Q: What about chronic fluid retention? Can you help that?
A: CranioSacral Therapy enhances fluid mobility throughout the body.; therefore it helps fluid retention, whether due to heart problems, kidney problems, mineral imbalance, or any other cause. It must be done regularly if the cause is ongoing. Here we like to teach a family member or loved one to treat the client on a daily basis.
Q: What is your track record with arthritis?
A: There are several kind of arthritis. The most common is osteoarthritis. Probably the most notorious is rheumatoid, which is inflammatory in nature. Both types of arthritis are amenable and responsive to CranioSacral Therapy. In these cases we also like to teach family members to treat the client daily. This approach gives the best response.
Q: I hear you have had some interesting results with coma clients?
A: Yes, the number of clients is not high, but of the few I’ve treated the results have ranged from good to spectacular. Some of the more advanced therapists report similar results. We would welcome the opportunity to do more work in this field.