Before you were pregnant, did you ever try craniosacral therapy for migraines or headaches? Or for any other condition? Maybe you have heard from someone else about the therapy? Did you know that craniosacral therapy can also be helpful and beneficial during pregnancy?
In this article, we are going to explore the many ways craniosacral therapy can be helpful during pregnancy, and what it may cost you.
Let’s get started . . .
Craniosacral Therapy for Pregnancy
When it comes to pregnancy, there are three main benefits of using craniosacral therapy:
Now, let’s take a look at each of these three situations where craniosacral therapy can be helpful for a pregnant woman as she progresses on the journey to meeting her child and becoming a mother...
According to one study, if a pregnant mother becomes ill during her pregnancy, it can have an impact on the cerebrospinal fluid as well as the rhythm and flow of the fluid in the craniosacral system. If you have experienced a cold, flu or other illness while pregnant, the cerebrospinal fluid in the brain and spinal cord may experience:
A different rhythm and flow
If the brain of a pregnant woman does have any such blockages or restrictions, it can lead to a number of challenges including:
Fetal wrong positioning within the pelvis (breech, although some consider breech positioning a different type of normal)
By choosing to find a craniosacral therapy practitioner who has experience and knowledge of treating pregnancy, you can experience the benefits this therapy can have in alleviating and reducing these four types of challenges.
Up next, let’s take a look at how pelvic pain can benefit from craniosacral therapy . . .
Pelvic pain can be prevalent and uncomfortable during pregnancy. It can also be present after pregnancy. Using craniosacral therapy during this time can be beneficial for alleviating the pain. To find out more, read: Craniosacral Therapy and Pelvic Pain
Sometimes craniosacral therapy is needed to induce labor. Craniosacral therapy offers a way of naturally and holistically helping the labor induction process... Find out how in: Craniosacral Therapy for Inducing Labor
Now, let’s take a look at what it could cost. . .
The average price per session in the United States is $70-$170. When pregnant, you will want to discuss if the practitioner has prenatal experience or training. This factor may make their rate slightly higher than the average in your particular city. It is also important to note that some practitioners may offer discounts or packages for prenatal care treatments. For more information, read: How Much Does Craniosacral Therapy Cost?
What about finding a craniosacral therapy practitioner? How can you go about doing this? Let’s find out . . .
Craniosacral Therapy Near Me
Would you like to give craniosacral therapy a try during your pregnancy? Want to find a practitioner near you? DaoCloud has many practitioners who specialize in craniosacral therapy. Be sure to ask and search for a practitioner who has prenatal experience.
Wait, what about after your baby is born?
Did you know that craniosacral therapy can be helpful for newborns and infants? Find out how in our guide: Craniosacral Therapy for Infants
Find a Craniosacral Therapist near you
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Elden, H., Östgaard, H., Glantz, A., Marciniak, P., Linnér, A., & Olsén, M. F. (2013). Effects of craniosacral therapy as an adjunct to standard treatment for pelvic girdle pain in pregnant women: A multicenter, single-blind, randomized controlled trial. Acta Obstetricia Et Gynecologica Scandinavica, 92(7), 775-782. doi:10.1111/aogs.12096. Retrieved April 4, 2019, from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23369067
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