cranial osteopathy

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cranial osteopathy

A technique used by osteopaths to gently manipulate the eight bones of the skull.
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A key strategy in cranial work is restoration of the integrity of the PRM, given its fundamental role in human health and functionality.
With some patient success, Sutherland organized a small group of bone specialists who studied cranial work with him.
The particular emphasis of the cranial work was on the following locations: where those cranial nerves cross the borders of tentorium cerebelli, as they pass through cavernous sinus, where the particularly vulnerable spot was, the fibro-osseous canal beneath the posterior clinoid processes, at sutura petrobasilaris, and where those nerves enter the orbit through fissure orbital is superior.