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Injury/Trama and Surgery Recovery

Injuries/Trauma and Surgery Recovery

Recovery from physical or emotional trauma, Surgery or Health issues can be tough…Support your body to recover faster with Craniosacral therapy. A safe, light touch, fully clothed therapy that helps people at all ages and stages of life release trauma from the nervous system, muscles and tissues.

I have experience working with people of all ages pre and post-surgery or in recovery from childbirth, dental work, head injuries, illnesses, accidents, injuries, cancer or traumatic life events. Her intention is to help the body to orient back to states of health. If the body is organised and moving effectively the healing process will be less hindered and more supported. People also experience a state of peaceful relaxation to support pain relief or recovery during and after medical care through the light touch therapy of Craniosacral Therapy.

Craniosacral Therapy is extremely beneficial in resolving  trauma to soft tissues sustained during an injury, but can also help bones to reorient to a more optimal postion. It can increase blood flow to injured areas and decrease densification in the tissues. In a nut shell, it helps the body’s bones, fluids, and tissues to reorganize and reorient back to a state of health and balance. And although it is best to treat an injury right away, it’s also never to late…

I can’t tell you the number of times I have been in session with someone and they remember a fall on the ice, or some random accident they had years prior to the session in question. At the time it didn’t seem like a big deal and they just sort of dealt with the pain until it went away. What they didn’t realize is that when they fell, tissues in their system densified and added to the overall tension in the body and created an imbalance in the system that now has to be managed in addition to addressing normal everyday functions. So my advice is acknowledge when you hurt yourself!…when you fall, or get hurt, if there is residual pain for more than a day or two, that is a trauma that is worthy of being treated.  The sooner you address it, the sooner you can get on with your life. But remember, what we resist persists so if you don’t address it now, your body will most likely give you the opportunity to do it down the road. Save yourself the time and trouble.