To keep the body in good health is a duty… otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear. ~ Buddha
Well, now I’m on a roll! I am receiving a different type of therapy, craniosacral therapy (CST), which has now become a main treatment for me. I have been getting even more answers about my mysterious symptoms, and experiencing positive results. I continue with regular acupuncture and pain psychology sessions because the combination of treatments is vital to my healing.
I have my acupuncturist to thank for introducing me to CST. Have you ever heard of it before? I hadn’t. She gave me a basic explanation of what it is, recommended a therapist with impressive credentials and experience, and suggested it as a therapy for some of my main ailments, such as chronic neck/shoulder pain, chronic headaches and balance. Also, both she and my pain psychologist had experienced positive results from the therapy, which helped my decision to try it. CST sounded…well…strange to me at first, but it is non-invasive, so again I had nothing to lose by trying it. She was right! After many sessions and learnings, CST makes a lot of sense to me now, and has also helped in other areas. More