Concussions are currently epidemic amongst athletes (and others too) at any performance level, particularly in the arenas of football, soccer, hockey and lacrosse. Many people who experience a concussion find themselves with lingering symptoms that can last for weeks, months or years, a condition now termed "post-concussion syndrome, or prolonged concussion syndrome." There is a growing body of scientific evidence supporting the benefits of CST for alleviating head and neck pain, brain fog, dizziness, and other symptoms. Below are some links attesting to this research, as well as some helpful and supportive information regarding concussions in general.

Pro Football Players Testify to Craniosacral Therapy's Ability to Address Concussion & CTE


Craniosacral Therapy, Brain Injury and American Football: Time for a Convergence

After Sports Concussion, Physical Activity Lowers Anxiety in Teens

Football Players Helped by Craniosacral Work

Craniosacral Therapy May Help Lesson Symptoms of Post-Concussion Syndrome

When I began practicing CST I didn't see myself specializing in concussion recovery. Then I watched my kids play football, soccer, hockey and lacrosse.