Monday, November 27, 2017

The Cranial Rhythms

    The bones in our head have very subtle rhythmical motions, called the "cranial rhythms." 
    These motions are not synchronized with either our heartbeat or our breathing. They are related to the circulation of the cerebrospinal fluid, the fluid that bathes our brain and our spinal cord. 
     Aberrances, or abnormalities, in these rhythms can be associated with headaches, vertigo, or sometimes just a general feeling of "being out of sorts." 
     Every treatment in my office includes balancing the patient’s cranial rhythms as part of a full-body balancing.