CranioSacral Therapy 

For All Ages

Helping Clients Achieve Radical Health Changes

    

TAMMY SCHREIBER RN LMT CST-T

CRANIOSACRAL CERTIFIED THROUGH

UPLEDGER INSTITUTE

TX LMT 128795

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Services Offered
 

 

Craniosacral therapy

Craniosacral Therapy works to release the tension in muscles and ease aches and pains using careful, gentle examination. You will be amazed how the light touch of an Upledger trained Craniosacral therapist can release restrictions in your body to restore vitality. During a session you remain fully clothed as the therapy takes you into a state of deep relaxation. Add Craniosacral therapy to a therapeutic massage for a full body experience.

Craniosacral Therapy for Children

More and more families are discovering the benefits of craniosacral therapy when dealing with a multitude of infant and childhood concerns including tongue tie and other breastfeeding issues, autism, torticollis, ADD and ADHD, anxiety, colic, a difficult birth, trauma, concussions and overall imbalance. It’s not uncommon for a parent to be astonished at how their usually fussy newborn is so relaxed and happy during a craniosacral session.

SomatoEmotional Release

SER is used to gain insight into how past trauma influences physical and emotional health. An SER session is a comfortable holistic mind-body approach that seeks to dissipate the residual effects of past trauma and negative emotional experiences from the mind, body and spirit. The SER process requires sensitivity and expertise on the part
of the therapist and trust from the client.

 

Craniosacral Therapy can help if:

* You have a chronic condition such as Migraine headaches, Fibromyalgia, Arthritis or TMJ syndrome.

* You have experienced a series of physical or emotional traumas.

* You have been to different doctors, had many diagnostic tests and still have pain.

*You have had one or more neck/back surgeries and have not had significant relief of symptoms.

*You work in a job with repetitive motion that causes you pain and stiffness.

*You have had a recent physical injury.

*You have chronic orthopedic pain.

Or if you have been diagnosed with:

Concussion and Traumatic Brain Injury

Migraines and Headaches

Chronic Neck and Back Pain

Autism

Stress and Tension-Related Disorders

Motor-Coordination Impairments

Infant and Childhood Disorders

Brain and Spinal Cord Injuries

TMJ Syndrome

Scoliosis

Central Nervous System Disorders

Learning Disabilities

ADD/ADHD

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Orthopedic Problems

And Many Other Conditions