We discovered in our infant research that many upper body issues like headache, neck ache, sinus, jaw, and eye conditions usually begin with craniosacral fascial strain in the pelvis. An episiotomy or tearing can create fascial strain in the pelvic floor, which can readily extend into the upper body. New mothers need to be aware of this pelvic/upper body connect-the-dots relationship.
Like any surgery that binds up fascia into scar tissue, a caesarian section can create restriction in the craniosacral fascial system. After the scar has fully healed, CFT can be helpful to free up the restricted tissue.
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