The human skull is structured like a puzzle. It is comprised of 22 bones joined by sutures. The space between the brain and skull is known as the arachnoid space. Within this space, there is Cerebral Spinal Fluid (CSF) and a rich blood supply to the brain.
Certain injuries to the skull can cause the bones to be knocked out of proper alignment. These misalignments can interfere with an individual’s nerves, CSF and blood supply to the brain. A misaligned skull can also exert extra pressure on the brain, interfering with the brain’s nutrient and oxygen supply. Pain and altered functions can be a direct result of the added intra-cranial pressure.
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What is C.A.T.S?
Cranial adjusting turner style (C.A.T.S) is scientifically and neurologically designed to address cranial misalignments and relieve discomfort for many conditions including concussions, head trauma, post-concussive syndrome, headaches, migraines, and sinus issues.
Cranial adjusting may improve blood supply to the brain, brain function, cognitive disorders and quality of life.
Who can benefit from C.A.T.S.?
Individuals with the following conditions may benefit from the cranial adjusting technique:
- Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
- Chronic fatigue
- Ear problems, including those with difficulty draining
- Jaw problems
- Learning difficulties
- Post-Concussion Syndrome
- Premature aging
- Sinus problems, including snoring and breathing problems