Craniosacral Therapy and Osteopathic Treatment

Posted by Bren (Joelton, Tennessee) on 06/09/2013
5 out of 5 stars

In reply to Craniosacral Therapy. I have bad migraines and when I worked for my Chiropractor, he had a patient that was a retired Chiropractor that was a trained Craniosacral Therapist. He asked me one day if I would allow him to treat my migraine just as a favor to me. I had had it for a week and nothing would relieve the pain at all. I was a zombie from the pain, so I quickly agreed to let him treat me. He manipulated the bones in my skull and I could feel the headache gradually ease as he adjusted each different area. He totally relieved my headache! He would periodically treat me when he came in for an adjustment himself. I no longer work there so I do not have access to him anymore. I have gone to a few people who claim to be trained but I have gotten no reliev from them like I did this gentelman. I wish I could find him again because he is the only one that has given me total instant relief of these types of headaches.

If you can find someone who is good at doing the manipulating, it will work for you. I haven't been treated for any other conditions with it, so cannot say anything about the effectiveness but I'm sure it would help. The bones do not have to move much. I'm sure it is minimal, since there isn't much move room between the bones anyway. This man would feel the pulse and make sure that it was the same on both sides. He said that was very important. So make sure your therapist is checking for that as well.