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Topic: Cranial Sacral Therapy
How does Cranial Sacral Therapy help with Addiction Treatment
Adele is a Certified Cranial Sacral Therapist for the past seven years. She decided to devote herself to this therapy after having Cranial Sacral Therapy due to whiplash from a car accident. It was so helpful to her physical and emotional recovery she learned how to do it so she could help others in this impactful way. Adele particularly liked the fact that Cranial Sacral was a drug-free way for her to reduce her pain and to speed her recovery.
Cranial Sacral Therapy and that is a light touch therapy, which is a light touch therapy and the patient lays down on a massage table and she touches mostly their bone structure. Adele has a particular way with helping people with anxiety on a particular spot on their vertebrae and their back while they’re laying there and she touches with her hands. It is not only physical sometimes there is an energy component and sometimes there is talking involved if there is an emotional issue.
Cranial Sacral Therapy can help addiction in many ways, it is not very common for clients to come to a Cranial Sacral Therapy but when the client stops using drugs it is very common for anxiety to arise and become a big problem which cranial Sacral Therapy could help.
Many people who seek help from Cranial Sacral Therapy are people who have suffered from physical, emotional or sexual abuse. A big step to success when there is a history of abuse is gaining their trust and helping them recover in a safe place. Cranial Sacral Therapy is very physical too, when the stress is taken out of the bones the muscles and ligaments and everything attached to it let go. Then blood nutrients waste and severable spinal fluid can all get out.
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