Craniosacral Therapy for Migraines and NDPH

Cranio-Sacral therapy (also known as cranial work or cranial sacral therapy) can be an effective treatment for some types of headaches. It is extremely gentle and not at all invasive. Many people don’t experience any side effects after treatment, although it is common to feel slightly achy the day after treatment.

The following video illustrates a self-treatment method. It will show you how to find the still point and allow your system to reset itself, ideally easing your head pain. This can be done at home, using tennis balls, according to the instructions in the video.

If you are interested in using cranio-sacral therapy to treat NDPH or migraine headaches, seek out a certified professional.


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Craniosacral Therapy for Migraines and NDPH — 2 Comments

  1. Hi, glad that you have found some help for migraines and NDPH with craniosacral therapy
    In my experience as a practising craniosacral therapist, I have treated many patients with these conditions. Whilst treatment may not always be successful (there can be many different complicating factors involved), in the vast majority of cases there was significant rereduction, or even cessation of symptoms.

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