Orchard Chiropractic Centre - Jersey

Cranio-Sacral Therapy 


Cranio-Sacral Therapy is a gentle relaxing therapy, with light manipulations and holds, that helps your body and system to release past traumas, pain, stress and strains.

Repeated stress or emotional trauma causes the sympathetic nervous system (the flight, fight or freeze response) to become over stimulated and in some cases go into shock, causing a myriad of health problems, such as: high blood pressure, heart disease, increased weight gain, reduced bone density, chronic pain, digestive problems, anxiety, depression and mental illness.  But these effects and trapped traumas and emotions can be released from the body-mind system through Cranio-Sacral Therapy, giving pain relief and improved quality of life.


Cranio-Sacral practitioners are taught to listen with their hands on the subtle rhythms and read the traumas and life experiences within the patient’s system, and gently release them, like peeling the layers off an onion, and allowing the patient to return back to who they truly are without their traumatic and painful experiences.

As a result the patient has less pain and generally feels lighter and better

What Cranio-Sacral Therapy can help with:

  • Colic and poor sleep in babies

  • Ear infections, asthma, migraines, back and neck pain, menstrual disorders, emotional stress, after effects of accidents, injuries and surgeries

  • Deeply engrained trauma and pain from birth, childhood and adulthood

  •  Meningitis, Trigeminal Neuralgia, Bells Palsy, Deafness, Meniere’s Disease, RSI, Constipation, IBS, Insomnia, Fibromyalgia, TMJ issues, etc

  •  Chronic physical injuries through fascial unwinding

Our Craniosacral Therapist is    Paul Clements

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