Your cranium is made up of 23 bones that are all supposed to move independently. They function as a mechanical pump that pumps cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) through your brain and up and down your spinal cord. This is the medium bringing nutrients into and waste products out of your central nervous system. Cranial subluxations interfere with circulation of CSF resulting in stagnation in brain function.
The most common cause of cranial subluxation is trauma from falls, accidents and sports injuries. Cranial subluxations can also be the result of severe emotional stress or environmental toxins. Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is often involved resulting in jaw pain, popping, locking and restricted movement, clenching and bruxing.
Correcting cranial subluxations helps restore normal CSF flow, relieves dural tension and allows the body-mind to be more at ease.
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