No More Earaches By John Upledger, DO, OMM One of the most rewarding aspects of my career is hearing of manual therapists who use CranioSacral Therapy (CST) to help children lead more comfortable lives. Over the years, CST has become widely recognized for its effectiveness with autism and other particular challenges. Yet to me, the real beauty is in its
By John Upledger, DO, OMM While head of the clinical psychophysiology service at McLean Hospital – the largest psychiatric teaching hospital at Harvard Medical School – Paul Swingle, PhD, FCPA, RPsych, was asked to consult on a research project conducted by an osteopath at the New England Medical School who wanted to determine the effect CranioSacral Therapy (CST) had on
By Tad Wanveer, LMT, CST-D; guest author for John Upledger, DO, OMM Can you recall a time you experienced a paper cut or were pricked by a thorn? Remember how sensitive your finger was to touch or perhaps to the slightest movement? The pain receptors in the area became easily stimulated, even with slight pressure. Yet, in a few days,
By Tad Wanveer, LMT, CST-D; guest author for John Upledger, DO, OMM CranioSacral Therapy (CST) has been shown to help the autistic individual find greater ease, both within themselves and in the world around them, by decreasing structural stress and strain on their central nervous system. Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is estimated to affect one child in every 150 births.
Saturday 25th June, Fairways Hotel, Dundalk, Co Louth. This is a ONE DAY day workshop where you can Find out what CranioSacral Therapy Find out how CranioSacral Therapy works This workshop is aimed at anyone with an interest in CranioSacral Therapy. The speaker is Ger Swords. Ger, a director of the Upledger Institute, has been practising CranioSacral Therapy for 10