Articles Tagged: myofascial release techniques

Craniosacral Therapist – How To Choose The Best?

Craniosacral TherapistIn the recent years, an osteopathic manipulation technique called the Craniosacral Therapy (CST) is gaining increasing popularity as the technique of choice for restoring healthy balance in the body. A craniosacral therapist is a qualified practitioner who is licensed to perform the technique safely.

Top 10 Neck Pain Relief Home Remedies

Neck Pain ReliefMillions of people experience neck pain at some time in their lives. Neck pain causes range from simple muscle strain to life threatening conditions like meningitis and cancer of the spine. Neck pain can be caused by muscle strain, over use and poor posture. Stress can lead to tight muscles in the neck which causes pain. Myofascial release techniques gently release tension in muscles. Injuries such as whiplash, traumatic accidents, and falls often result in neck pain.

Back Pain Massage Therapy – When To Use?

Back Pain MassageSooner or later most people will experience lower back pain. Back pain could be a symptom of something serious like kidney disease, tumors, or ovary problems. Lower back pain right side or lower back pain left side can be a symptom of these conditions on the corresponding side of the body. Pregnancy can cause back pain. Herniated disks and spinal cord compression are also possible culprits. Less common causes of back pain include infection of the cartilage or bone, aneurysm, osteoporosis, bleeding in the pelvis and shingles. If you have back pain that persists, you should seek medical attention. If medical intervention is not needed, there are some techniques that you can use to relieve back pain.

Top 10 Benefits of Visceral Massage Therapy

Visceral MassageNothing relieves muscle tension like a nice massage, but who thinks about massaging their organs? Many of your organs are made of smooth muscles which can hold tension. Tension may be caused by lifestyle choices like caffeine and alcohol, physical trauma or emotional trauma. Smooth muscles are also involuntary muscles, which means you can’t control them. Visceral massage releases the tension that is stored in organs.

Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy – What Is It?

Biodynamic CraniosacralBiodynamic craniosacral therapy sounds like it should be some super high tech miracle procedure. Nothing could be further from the truth. Biodynamic refers to the study of how living things are affected by motion, energy and other forces. The cranium is the skull. The sacrum is the tail bone. The spine connects these bones. Cerebrospinal fluid (CFS) flows through the brain and spine. The energy in our spine and nervous system helps regulate our bodies. The proper flow of CFS and energy is important to good health.