This beautiful wall-sized poster allows you to see the entire craniosacral system in vivid detail. The full-color illustration highlights the complete system, plus seven additional perspectives that have proven especially helpful in educating clients: the meninges, temporomandibular joint, spheno-occipital junction and more. The large format is ideal for office display. Laminated for durability. 19 x 25″
Complements CranioSacral Therapy coursework by outlining Dr. John Upledger’s 10-Step Protocol in an easy-to-follow wall chart. This poster graphically illustrates all the steps that make up Dr. Upledger’s unique treatment procedure, giving precise details of hand placements. These techniques constitute the core of CranioSacral Therapy. 26″ x 39″, laminated for durability.
Author: John E. Upledger, D.O., O.M.M. Explore, step-by-step, each of the ten (10) CranioSacral Therapy techniques developed by Dr. John Upledger. This demonstration pays special attention to hand placement. You’ll also find three points of interest that are not on the original 10-Step Protocol video: still-point techniques from the feet, sacral still-point and therapeutic pulse. (66 min.)
This is our hand painted A20 standard skull.
This is our hand painted A20 standard skull with the hard plastic intracranial membrane model included
The skull membrane model from The Upledger Institute makes studying the form and function of the cranium much simpler. Used together, your skull and membrane model offer a vital 3-dimensional perspective to the cranium. Hard plastic intracranial membrane model to fit in either our plain or painted skull.
Set of 3 Bones: Sphenoid, Occipital, Sacrum
Now with a softer feel for added comfort (also available in firmer version) The new Still Point Inducer uses 80% less synthetic material than the original Still Point Inducer, making it much more friendly to the environment.Use this simple device inspired by Dr. John Upledger to create soothing still points like those you can achieve with CranioSacral Therapy.By applying gentle
Sensory Integration (SI) Dysfunction is a common, but frequently misdiagnosed, problem in which messages from the senses are not correctly processed by the central nervous system. First identified decades ago by an occupational therapist, SI Dysfunction has only recently been widely recognized among doctors and psychologists. Now, this guide offers comprehensive, easily understood information on SI Dysfunction – and a
In this classic reference text, physician and artist Frank Netter compiled nearly 4,000 of his medical paintings, which he reproduced from the CIBA Collection of Medical Illustrations and the Clinical Symposia. His detailed color illustrations depict the musculature and vasculature structures of the head, neck, back, spinal cord, thorax, abdomen, pelvis, perineum, and upper and lower limbs. (VM1) 573 pages