How is Cranial Release Technique Different?

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Cranial Release Technique arose out of a new school of thought. CRT considers the cranium, and all of the many tissues affected by the cranium and nervous system, in our corrective approach. The CRT approach differs in that:

* The entire cranium is “Released” or restored to normal function with one process.

* This “Release” of the bones of the skull initiates a release of all of the tissues and structures associated with the cranium. These include: o The spine and pelvis. o The extremities shoulders, hips, knees, etc. o The Dura Mater which is the protective covering over the brain and spinal cord. o The Fascia, a connective tissue envelope which runs head to toe, front to back, side to side and surrounds every organ, muscle and vessel in the body. o The cerebrospinal fluid flow which is vital to the health and proper function of the nervous system. * The “Global Release” provided by the Cranial Release Technique has very far-reaching positive effects on overall body function. This is due to the extent of tissues and structures involved. * This overall “Release” of cranial and body structure can be accomplished in just minutes using the targeted CRT approach.