CranioSacral Therapy Applications for Concussion (CSTAC)

Prerequisite: SomatoEmotional Release 1 (SER1)

CranioSacral Therapy Applications for Concussion (CSTAC)

This advanced level seminar is designed to inform the practitioner of CranioSacral Therapy (CST) of the current science related to Persistent Concussive Symptoms (PCS) and how to apply the CST paradigm utilizing CST techniques to assist people in concussion recovery. Prerequisite skills will be explored from a post-concussive perspective while new methods will be employed to facilitate healing of a variety of post-concussive symptoms.  All approaches will rely on the Significance Detector to ensure precision in honoring the uniqueness of each individual’s adaptive pattern.

CSTAC Course Highlights

  • Explain the need for manual therapy in concussion recovery.
  • Describe the pathophysiology of concussion.
  • Demonstrate both original and new applications of CST for PCS recovery.
  • Develop and fine tune advanced listening and palpation skills related to structural and dysfunctional tissues as a result of a concussive event.
  • Apply the new knowledge base when participating in patient approved discussions with their physician and/or therapists.
  • Identify opportunities for sharing the value of CST with other healthcare professionals specializing in concussion care.
  • Construct a short sharing point to generate interest in including CST as a modality in concussion recovery programs.