Blye Cranial Technique
The bones of the skull, or cranium, are designed to expand and contract to allow for normal daily fluctuations in fluid levels. This includes circulation of blood and CSF, which provide nutrients to the tissues and remove waste products and toxins.
Under certain stressors, the cranial plates may become "stuck". The loss of normal expansion and contraction leads to decreased flow, stagnation of fluids, and ultimately a decrease in oxygen to the brain. As a result, symptoms can appear including dyslexia, brain fog, depression, anger, headaches, trouble with memory or improper body temperature regulation.
A simple yet precise adjustment of the cranial plate can restore proper blood flow and CSF flow, improving the health of the tissues and restoring function, sometimes within a few minutes.
When your brain is able to function at its best, greater healing can occur in the rest of the body as well.