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Craniosacral Therapy for Full Body Healing

Craniosacral Therapy is a gentle hands-on treatment now found all over the world. It is even found in some hospitals around the country. 

The list of conditions craniosacral therapy has helped is impressively long, and ranges from reducing anxiety and stress, to treating a concussion sustained from a soccer game. 307 more words

Dr. Brothers

Patients’ experiences of Craniosacral Therapy in the treatment of chronic neck pain: a qualitative analysis of health outcomes

A 2015 randomized controlled trial with 19 patients experiencing chronic non-specific neck pain. Findings suggest: “Most patients described positive changes in more than one of the following domains: physical (less intensity of pain, headache and dizziness, improved sleep and range of motion), perceptional (more upright and symmetrical posture, sustained deep relaxation), emotional (pain is less threatening, increased calm, confidence and hope), cognitive (increased body awareness and self-efficacy, extinction of pain memory, increased concentration and less mind cinema), spiritual (sense of basic trust and peace), behavioral (moving in action alternatives, actively avoid stress, sport is again possible), social (more social contacts and activities) and economic domain (less pain medication, improved work efficiency). 71 more words


Helpful Information for Out-of-Town Patients

Good Morning Everyone,

It’s Barbara and Cathy stopping by the blog to update you on our newly updated Hotel and Travel Arrangements information.

Most of our Calmare patients and families are coming from different parts of the U.S. 143 more words

Dr. Michael Cooney

WORKOUT WEDNESDAY: Health Alert: Your Cell Phone is a Pain in the Neck

By Ben Smart

Constant phone calls, late night text messages, and 24/7 connectedness – your smartphone probably requires constant attention, and keeping up with the device might be stressful at times.  278 more words


Chronic Neck Pain Such As Pinched Nerve

Did you know that neck pain is almost as common as back pain nowadays? We often suffer from neck pain from time to time. As you get older the chance of getting chronic neck pain increases. 449 more words

Pain Relief

Chronic Neck Pain for 20 Years

Monday morning of this week I had the pleasure of evaluating and treating a gentleman who had been suffering from a sudden flare-up of chronic neck pain.  635 more words

Primary Spine Care