Integrative Healing Dynamics for Autism: Its Causes, Diagnoses and Treatment

Integrative Healing Dynamics for Autism: Its Causes, Diagnoses and Treatment

AUTISM is a puzzling phenomenon that is seen in people of otherwise normal—sometimes above normal—intelligence. However, it is often associated with other problems, and can also appear in mild and severe forms. This variability has led many people to think of it as a spectrum of symptoms rather than a single, clear-cut syndrome. And that variability makes it hard to work out what causes it. Researchers say that individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders are either disinterested in social interactions or…

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Craniosacral Therapy and Autism

Craniosacral Therapy and Autism

The video below on YouTube about Craniosacral Therapy, offers a useful insight on what craniosacral therapy is about and some of its uses on young children and adults alike. Craniosacral therapy has proven effective in the treatment of Autism. Children with autism feel virtually trapped within themselves. Typically, autistic children have a very tight cranium with no “give”. They often seem to have had a history of very severely compressed temporal bones bilaterally and virtually locked occipital sutures. Treatment aims…

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Weight Management: This time of Year…….

Weight Management: This time of Year…….

Here we are again – that time of year…its about food and feasting…eating is fun, but should be prudent. “So many people spend their health gaining  wealth, and then have to spend their wealth to regain their health.” A.J. Reb Materi. Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing and not merely the absence of disease and infirmity.Remember the three tools our body needs are oxygen, water and nutrients. Therefore an imbalanced diet, lack of exercise, stress…

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Integrative Healing Dynamics for Myofascial Release

Integrative Healing Dynamics for Myofascial Release

Fascia is the soft tissue fabric that holds us together. It provides support and protection for all the structures within the human body and knits and connects these structures into the form that we are. It extends without interruption from the top of the head to the tip of the toes. Recently, some evidence even suggests that fascia may be able to actively contract in a smooth muscle-like manner and consequently influence musculoskeletal dynamics. This fascial tissue can become restricted due…

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