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Cranial sacral therapy
is a non-invasive bodywork massage technique used to release compression throughout the bones of the head, spinal column and sacrum. The result is the alleviation of pain and stress throughout the body.
Cranial sacral massage therapy restores the bones’ natural position, decreases chronic injury stress and lowers the chance of migraines, pain in the neck and back pain, and joint disorders such as temporomandibular joint disorder that affects the jaw.
This massage type is proven to improve sleep quality in those suffering from migraines, with the effects of just a single session lasting up to three weeks. The scalp massage is a related component, reducing migraines by loosening the thin muscles that line the scalp.