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Introduction to the Craniosacral System and Neuromotor Dysfunction

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The cranial system motion is closely related to, but not identical with the respiratory rhythm or the cardiac rhythm. This life-sustaining motion is affected by almost every event that causes a change in the total organism. An increase in temperature or an infectious process that causes inflammation of the membranes will cause some slowing of the motion in the cranial bones. This motion is not always restored without some external assistance as the interaction of these fines bones may lack alignment that moves efficiently. A cranial treatment is a process of restoring symmetrical balance to the motion. The first and most important step is to release the cranial base, where the occiput sits over the first cervical vertebrae. Even this change alone may be sufficient to relax the individual who has no serious trauma, or even those with chronic migraine or stress.
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