Brain cleansing after a concussion: Gill Redden Cranio

CranioSacral Therapy (CST) is an increasingly popular practice that may help you achieve relaxation, and promote emotional and physical wellbeing.

CranioSacral therapy is well known in its function of improving brain health by helping with “brain cleanse”. CranioSacral (CST) works with every muscle, ligament, bone, organ, tissues and the fluids that surround the brain and spinal cord, often from one place, and especially connecting in with tissue that is not moving well.

After a concussion or bad head knock, cranial bones and the membranes that surround and protect the brain are not moving well. This means that the cerebrospinal fluid can’t do its job of feeding, nor of detoxifying the brain as well as it could be. The benefits of a “brain cleanse” are vast. Potentially it can help to improve immune function, reduce stress and pain, enhance mental clarity, and improve sleep quality. By stimulating the flow of cerebrospinal fluid within the craniosacral system, CST may aid the body’s natural healing process. Many times life-changing results occur for people who haven’t recovered from their concussion.

So, if you’re looking for a way to boost your physical and emotional health this winter, or especially after a concussion, for long term brain health and other functioning, please consider getting some treatment with Gill Redden, Concussion and Migraine Specialist who uses CST. She is passionate about brain health. This may be the perfect solution for you.



Gill Redden (pictured) is based in Christchurch, with more than 20 years experience in practising CranioSacral Therapy. Gill is highly skilled in this field.
Discover how this therapy could work in your own life. Visit the website below.


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