Brain Therapy is a fascinating therapy that I am just beginning to learn. I have listed below some of the issues
which it can help, but as a beginner in the technique, I don't have all of the tools available
in this therapy yet. You can refer to the national listings of therapists to find someone with more training
if you feel this therapy could help you, but you'd like someone with more training.
Brain Therapy is one of the few manual techniques that directly addresses specific structures of the brain
and spinal cord, such as thalamus, pituitary, hypothalamus, caudate nucleus, hippocampus, amygdala,
corpus callosum, cortex, cranial nerves nuclei, etc...The work uses specific techniques to release
brain-centered restrictions as well as the damaging effects that these restrictions cause.
This technique can probably help most clients, but it can specifically help any brain and spinal
related pathologies including:
- Closed head injury
- Cerebral palsy
- Cognitive behavioral dysfunctions
- Learning disabilities
- Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease
There is a chance that you will have short term side effects from the technique. Slight headaches
(due to stretch of meninges) or a "zombie" state as your brain "reboots". I will be very cautious to
not overwork you, but be aware that you may need to be more cautious driving home, even taking a short
walk or sitting quietly for a bit after the session. Drinking water can help with the process.
Contraindications to the work would be:
- Acute infections/fever
- Serious circulatory problems
- Hemorrhage concerns (blood thinning medication)
- Malignant ailments
- Pregnancy (due to changes that can be caused in the body there is an hypothetical risk of miscarriage)
Learn more at Chikly Health Institute.