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Craniosacral still point technique: exploring its effects in individuals with dementia.

"Findings indicated a statistically significant reduction in M-CMAI total and subscale scores during the intervention period. This reduction continued during postintervention for subscale scores of physical nonaggression and verbal agitation. Staff and family interviews provided convergent validity to the quantitative findings. Participants were also more cooperative during caregiving activities and displayed meaningful interactions."



The impact of acupuncture and craniosacral therapy interventions on clinical outcomes in adults with asthma.

"Acupuncture and/or craniosacral therapy are potentially useful adjuncts to the conventional care of adults with asthma, but the combination of the two does not provide additional benefit over each therapy alone."


Multiple Sclerosis:

Effect of craniosacral therapy on lower urinary tract signs and symptoms in multiple sclerosis.

"CST was found to be an effective means for treating lower urinary tract symptoms and improving quality of life in MS patients."


Traumatic Brain Injury:

Cranial findings and iatrogenesis from craniosacral manipulation in patients with traumatic brain syndrome.

"craniosacral manipulation has been found empirically useful in patients with traumatic brain injury"



A randomized controlled trial investigating the effects of craniosacral therapy on pain and heart rate variability in fibromyalgia patients.

"Craniosacral therapy improved medium-term pain symptoms in patients with fibromyalgia."