FAQFrequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
Does the method teach how to treat the diagnosed disorders?
Certainly. The method features a logical, practical approach. Within this approach, the studies include providing of practical therapeutic techniques for each of the four layers of the cranial system and all of the layers that interact with them. In addition to this, participants refine their touch technique and learn to diagnose with great precision by palpating the cranium. The maximum precision and treatment of the cranial system and all of its physical contexts ensure high therapeutic effectiveness and prevent the recurrence of disorders. Another key property of the method is getting immediate feedback concerning the effectiveness of the therapy, through a series of objective tests that allow the therapist to know with certainty whether the therapeutic line he has chosen is correct.
For whom are the courses intended?
For all types of therapists using touch, including physiotherapists, acupuncture therapists and masseurs, who are interested in acquiring a new, precision diagnostic and therapeutic tool. Use of the method is suitable for all types of patients and provides techniques for treating of tissues, to which therapists have not been afforded access until now.
Are the courses also intended for persons who have studied craniosacral therapy in another setting?
Yes. Studying the method allows one to understand better the information that is taught; the method adds more tiers of information and provides a new perspective of the cranial system. The studies significantly improve cranial diagnosis and treatment, through focusing on the four layers constituting the system. The participants in the courses will acquire not only additional techniques for treating the cranial system itself, but also structural visceral techniques from the world of osteopathy, which affect other tissues that act directly on the cranial system. In addition, the method teaches an exclusive diagnostic set that has been developed by Oren and osteopathic theories. This combination gives caregivers a full picture of the cranial system and the network of relations that it maintains, refines the understanding of the information that has been taught previously and allows the therapist to treat more effectively.