Cranial Adjusting Turner Style (C.A.T.S)
Cranial Adjusting involves the chiropractor looking and feeling the cranial bones, plates and sutures. The bones of the skull have the ability to move and when they are misaligned they can cause pressure on the brain and not allow the cerebral spinal fluid to flow easily, this can result in many different conditions.
Cerebrospinal fluid immerses the brain and spinal cord in essential nutrients, cleanses the brain and spinal cord of waste material, and flows throughout the body contributing to whole-body biochemical equilibrium. The autonomic nervous system controls the amount of cerebrospinal fluid that is created. Imbalance of the autonomic nervous system can decrease the production of cerebrospinal fluid, which can lead to nutrient loss and toxicity of the brain or spinal cord as well as biochemical and cellular stress throughout the body.The autonomic nervous system can become imbalanced due to things like infection, chronic pain, disease or stress. Reducing the body's "stress response", especially when a stressful state is chronic, helps to re-balance the autonomic nervous system. The the brain, spinal cord and body as a whole can receive ideal levels of nutrition and cleansing.
Have you or someone you know ever had head trauma, including whiplash, falls as a child or even a traumatic birth? Cranial adjusting is a specialized technique that looks at the plates of the skull to ensure there is mobility and alignment at the sutures to allow the brain to develop and function properly which can lessen stress, balance the autonomic nervous system and optomize cerebral spinal fluid production and flow leading to optimal health, healing and well being. Dr. Chelsie Corbett and Dr. Dianna Martens are trained in this specialized technique and it may help with many conditions including but not limited to concussions, colic, autism, learning disabilities, balance and co-ordination, migraines, headaches and whiplash related neck pain.
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