CranioSacral Therapy II further develops themes described in Dr. Upledger’s first ground-breaking work, CranioSacral Therapy. It reaches deeper into anatomical knowledge, and explores the frontiers of healing with the craniosacral system as its guide. Required reading for this course:(CSII) 259 pages.
Through dynamic illustrations and incisive text, this book explains the rationale and methodology of the CranioSacral technique. The “why” and “how to” are made easy to understand. It is an essential reference text you’ll turn to again and again in your clinical practice. The first six chapters of this book are required reading for the Upledger Institute’s CranioSacral Therapy I
Witness the dramatic unfolding of the human form in all its potential. Join John E. Upledger, D.O., O.M.M., as he takes you from the union of sperm and egg through the development of the complex circuitry that makes up the human brain. You’ll learn about birth, growth, function and dysfunction, and how all these aspects influence physical, mental, and emotional
In Cell Talk, Dr. John E. Upledger explores uncharted territory in complementary care: communicating with the body on a cellular level to facilitate health and well-being. As creator of CranioSacral Therapy, Dr. Upledger has synthesized years of hands-on research and clinical observations into a fascinating journey that gets straight to the heart of the human body. Cell Talk opens new
This lively book describes the discovery and therapeutic value of the craniosacral system in easy, understandable terms healthcare professionals and laypeople alike can understand. Dr. Upledger’s colorful case histories explain the path that led to his discovery of this exciting medical modality. The book contains a play-by-play account of the development of CranioSacral Therapy, SomatoEmotional Release, and other concepts and
There is a very interesting article on the use of CST in the care of geriatric patients on the Upledger.com website. This article cites the use of complementary treatments such as CST by health professionals in the care of their elderly patients. “Therapists report CST is effective for decreasing pain and associated use of narcotics, improving functional status, and to