• Gentle hands-on technique

  • Relieve tension in the nervous system

  • Promote well-being

  • Reduce chronic pain: migraine, nerve pain, TMJ pain, and more

  • Improve post-concussion symptoms

  • Naturally relieve stress


The Craniosacral System

The craniosacral system includes the structures of the central nervous system including the skull, the cranial sutures, the cerebrospinal fluid, membranes of the brain and the vertebrae, spinal cord and the sacrum.

The craniosacral system is connected with the musculoskeletal system through the vascular system as well as the sympathetic (fight or flight) and parasympathetic (rest and digest) nervous systems.

Trauma anywhere in the body may impact the craniosacral system, restricting normal movement and inhibiting the pulse of the fluids. It is believed that the normal rhythm can be interrupted by all kinds of trauma, including:

  • Childbirth

  • Childhood injuries

  • Repetitive motion or stress injuries

  • Car accidents

  • Falling accidents

  • Athletic injuries

  • Stressful or traumatic events

CST uses a series of gentle techniques to remove blocks and restore this subtle movement, or pulse, in the central nervous system. CST uses gentle digital pressure and does not involve the manipulation or chiropractic “adjustment” of the skeletal system. The pressure used in CST is very light, about 5 grams of pressure or less – about the weight of a nickel.

Kirstin Wilson, ND, ATC
Kirstin Wilson, ND, ATC

• Brain Injury Care and Motor Vehicle Accidents

• Holistic Neurology

• Environmental Illnesses 

• Cranial Sacral Therapy

• Energy Medicine