Light Touch, Powerful Results with Craniosacral Therapy in Yorktown Heights, NY

Dr. Ferdinand Esser, DC

Craniosacral therapy, or CST, begins with a light touch—generally no more pressure than the weight of a nickel. But this gentle technique yields powerful results, says Dr. Ferdinand Esser, who for 25 years has used CST to relieve chronic conditions like migraines, neck and back pain, fatigue, stress and even emotional difficulties.

“I use that light touch to monitor a pulse in your body, the rhythm of the craniosacral system, to detect potential restrictions and imbalances,” Esser explains. “I then use fine manual techniques to release those problem areas and relieve undue pressure on the brain and spinal cord—in other words, your central nervous system.”

CST is particularly effective for patients who have suffered a physical injury that seems to persist long after the site has healed, Esser says. “During CST, I engage in imaging and dialoguing techniques,” he says. “The patient doesn’t need to analyze the problem to release it. As this occurs, I’ll feel the tissues of the body relax as the energy cyst is expelled. At this point, your body begins to return to a healthy level of function.” The result, he says, is that the body has renewed ability to heal itself, alleviating a range of illness, pain and dysfunction.

Ferdinand Esser, doctor of chiropractic, practices at “Sports Therapy of Yorktown, PLLC” (Physical Therapy & Sports Chiropractic of Yorktown, PLLC), 2050 Saw Mill River Rd. (Rt. 35/202), Yorktown Heights, NY. For more information about CST or to schedule a session, contact him at 914.962.0100.

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