I was noticing yesterday that the infant’s torticollis head-tilt appeared to originate from the fascia between the scapula and ribcage. CFT can beautifully help to release tissue in inaccessible areas. The pediatric asthma work is another example. We can hold the chest area and help the body microscopically release the craniosacral fascial strain of the smooth muscle cells encircling the air ducts and sacs. Without this incredible physiological capability, CFT would have no therapeutic value for children with asthma.
CFT success depends on the interconnectedness of the craniosacral fascial system, and our ability to connect the dots in the body’s space-time continuum.