The Importance of the Trapezius

In this article I want to talk about the importance of the trapezius muscle in the Integrative Cranio method and its possible effect on the cranial mechanism. The trapezius muscle has its upper fiber attached to the occiput and has an external occipital protuberance...

The Philosophy of Integrated Cranio

  In this article, I want to address the philosophical grounds which are the basis of Integrative Cranio. William Sutherland, D.O. developed Cranial-Sacral while studying under the founder of osteopathy, Andrew Taylor Still. Dr.┬áStill encouraged his students to...

Integrative Cranio & The Fascial System

I would like to explain the role of fascia in the Integrative Cranio approach. I observe the dura as part of the fascial system, together with the pleura, peritoneum and three fascial layers of the muscular-skel etal system. The fascia is one continuous connective...