Articoli e Testimonianze

Articoli e Testimonianze

- Bibliografia internazionale della Cranio-Sacral Therapy

Riportiamo solo alcuni degli articoli che sono stati pubblicati, sia in lingua italiana che inglese. La maggior parte degli articoli sono inerenti principalmente la Tecnica e Terapia Cranio-Sacrale (CST), alcuni riguardano le tecniche correlate (es.: Drenaggio Linfatico, Manipolazione Viscerale Fasciale, Nutripuntura, ecc.).

La maggior parte dei titoli degli articoli in lingua inglese sono stati raccolti nella pagina Article list del sito Upledger International a proposito dei quali l'Upledger Institute INC - USA scrive:

L'Istituto Upledger INC - USA è lieto di fornirvi un elenco di articoli che sono stati pubblicati sulla nostra organizzazione, in relazione alle modalità che essa divulga.
Ogni voce comprende: un numero di articolo (es: # 0106), il titolo e l'autore dell'articolo, la pubblicazione e l'editore e come ottenere una copia dell'articolo stesso. (Si prega di tener conto del fatto che le leggi sul copyright ci impediscono di pubblicare o copiare gli articoli senza l'espressa autorizzazione dell'editore.)
Ci sforziamo di rendere l'elenco degli articoli più completo ed accurato possibile.

Gli articoli che sono riportati nel primo paragrafo (2.), appaiono interamente visibili cliccando sui rispettivi titoli.

Nei paragrafi seguenti:

  1. testimonianze sulla Tecnica Cranio-Sacrale applicata da terapisti in Italia;
  2. link di una piccola selezione di articoli da visionare;
  3. la bibliografia della Tecnica e Terapia Cranio-Sacrale usata come materiale didattico ai corsi;
  4. la bibliografia internazionale della CranioSacral Therapy (CST);
  5. selezione bibliografica sul SomatoEmothional Release (SER)®.

Testimonianze sulla Tecnica e Terapia Cranio-Sacrale (CST) applicata dai terapisti italiani

Selezione di link sulla CST e tecniche correlate

Selezione bibliografica dei libri scritti dal Dott. John E. Upledger, usati come libri di testo ai corsi:

  • CranioSacral Therapy
    (tradotto anche in lingua italiana dalle edizioni RED)Concetto di Sistema
  • CranioSacral Therapy II - Beyond The Dura
    (tradotto in lingua italiana dalle Marrapese Ed.)
  • SomatoEmotional Release and Beyond
    (tradotto in lingua italiana dalle Marrapese Ed.)
  • Your Inner Physician and You
    (tradotto in lingua italiana dalle Marrapese Ed.)
  • A Brain is Born
    (solo in versione inglese)
  • CranioSacral Therapy, Touchstone for Natural Healing
    (solo in versione inglese)

Selezione bibliografica internazionale sulla Cranio-Sacral Theapy e sul dott. Upledger

Umphred, Darcy Ann.
Neurological Rehabilitation.
Edinburgh: Elsevier Mosby, 2006.

Kern, Michael.
Wisdom in the Body: The Craniosacral Approach to Essential Health.
Murrieta, Calif: Pacific Distributing, 2005.

Gilchrist, Roger.
Craniosacral Therapy and the Energetic Body:
An Overview of Craniosacral Biodynamics.

Berkeley, Calif: North Atlantic Books, 2006.

Davis, Carol M.
Complementary Therapies in Rehabilitation.
Thorofare, NJ: SLACK, 2004.

Upledger, John E.
The Discovery and Practice of Craniosacral Therapy.
Berkeley, Calif: North Atlantic Books, 2000.

Upledger Institute.
Working Wonders: Changing Lives with Craniosacral Therapy:
Case Studies from Practitioners of CST.

Berkeley, Calif: North Atlantic Books, 2005.

George, James Richard, Sepideh Mohabataeen, and Nancy Lynne Hawkins.
The Effects of Craniosacral Therapy on Blood Pressure,
Heart and Respiratory Rates.

Thesis (M.P.T.)--California State University, Northridge, 1999, 1999.

Upledger, John E.
SomatoEmotional Release: Deciphering the Language of Life.
Berkeley, Calif: North Atlantic, 2003.

Upledger, L.
"CranioSacral Therapy."
The American Chiropractor. 26 (2004): 24-25.

Green, C. J.
A Systematic Review and Critical Appraisal of the Scientific Evidence
on Craniosacral Therapy.

Joint health technology assessment series. Vancouver, BC: BC Office of Health Technology Assessment, Centre for Health Services and Policy
Research, University of British Columbia, 1999.

Green C, et al. "A Systematic Review of Craniosacral Therapy:
Biological Plausibility, Assessment Reliability and Clinical Effectiveness."
Complementary Therapies in Medicine. 7.4 (1999): 201-7.

"Use of Craniosacral Therapy to Treat Infant Post-Traumatic Torticolli."
Pediatric Physical Therapy : the Official Publication of the Section on Pediatrics of the American Physical Therapy Association. 16.1 (2004): 57-8.

Deoora, Tajinder K.
Healing Through Cranial Osteopathy.
London: Frances Lincoln, 2003.

Friedman, Harry D., Wolfgang G. Gilliar, and Jerel H. Glassman.
Cranial Rhythmic Impulse Approaches in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine.
SFIMMS series in neuromusculoskeletal medicine.
San Francisco CA: SFIMMS Press, 2000.

Upledger, John. "Connective tissue perspectives: Craniosacral therapy."
Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies. 4.4 (2000): 286-287.

Upledger, L. "CranioSacral Therapy Releases Hold on Subluxations."
The American Chiropractor. 27.13 (2005): 56-57.

An Objective Measurement of Craniosacral Rhythm.
Des Moines, Iowa:
University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences, 2000.

Edith G. Walsh, PhD, RN.
"Geriatric Applications of CranioSacral Therapy:
Establishing allied health professionals' use of a complementary modality."
The International Journal of Healing and Caring Vol. 7, No. 1, January 2007.

Kenneth E. Nelson, DO, Nicette Sergueef, DO (France), Thomas Glonek, PhD.
"Redording the Rate of the Cranial Rhythmic Impulse."
The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association
Vol. 106, No. 6, June 2006: 337-341.

Kenneth E. Nelson, DO, Nicette Sergueef, DO (France), Celia M. Lipinski, MSII, Arina R. Chapman, MSII, Thomas Glonek, PhD.
"Cranial Rhythmic Impulse Related to the Traube-Hering-Mayer Oscillation:
Comparing Laser-Doppler Flowmentry and Palpation."
The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association
Vol. 101, No. 3, March 2001: 163-173.

Galantino, Mary Lou and John E. Upledger.
"Physical Body Systems Approaches: CranioSacral Therapy."
Neurological Rehabilitation.
St. Louis: Mosby, 2001: 979-80.

Davis, Carole M. "Physical Body Systems Approaches: Myofascial Release."
Neurological Rehabilitation.
St. Louis: Mosby, 2001: 980-81.

Umphred, Darcy A., ed. "Alternative Models and Philosophical Approaches."
Neurological Rehabilitation.
St. Louis: Mosby, 2001: 965-66.

A.Farasyn DO, PhD, MSc.
"New Hypothesis for the Origin of Cranio-Sacral Motion"
Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies Vol. 3, No 1, (1999): 229-237.

William P. Hanten EdD, PT, Sharon L. Olson PhD, PT, Jennifer L. Hodson MS, PT, Vickie L. Imler MS, DC, PT, Virginia M. Knab MS, PT, Jennifer L.
Magee MS, PT. "The Effectiveness of CV-4 and Resting Position Techniques on Subjects with Tension-Type Headaches"
The Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy Vol. 7 No. 2 (1999): 64-20.

A.J. Ferguson, J.M. McPartland, J.E. Upledger, M. Collins, R. Lever, "Cranial Osteopathy and CranioSacral Therapy: Current Opinions"
Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies Vol. 2, No 1, (1998): 28-37.

Rogers JS, Witt, PL: The Controversy of Cranial Bone Motion.
J Orthop Sports Phys Ther. 1997;26:95-103.
In this article, Mr. Rogers, MS PT and Mr. Witt PhD, PT and Associate Professor, Division of Physical Therapy, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill, review and discuss cranial bone literature as it relates to CranioSacral Therapy. Their review of the literature suggests that the "possibility of cranial motion appears real and worth further inquiry." In their discussion, they note "biomechanical evidence clearly shows that adult human suture has properties very distinct from that of cranial bone, making it highly improbable that sutures are completely ossified as some authorities have contended."

Hanten WP, Dawson DD, Iwata M, Seiden M Whitten FG, Zink T. Craniosacral Rhythm:Reliability and Relationships with Cardiac and Respiratory Rates.
J Orthop Sports Phys Ther. 1998: 27:213-218.
In this study, the authors found that the intraexaminer reliability exists when a rhythm is palpated by therapists trained in CranioSacral Therapy and that the rate is reproducible by a given examiner. The authors also found that "there was no relationship between the rate of the CranioSacral Rhythm of a subject and the subjects and the examiner's heart and respiratory rates

Selezione bibliografica sul SomatoEmtional Release® - SER - Rilascio somato-Emozionale

The Effects of Upledger CranioSacral Therapy on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Symptomatology in Vietnam Combat Veterans by John E. Upledger, DO, OMM, Barry S. Kaplan, MD, Russell A Bourne, Jr. PHD, ABPS, Richard B. Zonderman PhD, Subtle Energies & Energy Medicine, Vol 11, Number 2. (2000)
The Upledger Institute provided two-week intensive Treatment for Vietnam veterans suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder as diagnosed by the Veteran's Affairs medical division. These patients received psychological evaluation tests at the times of entry and exit into and out of the program. The therapy used primarily was CranioSacral Therapy and its progeny Energy Cyst Release, SomatoEmotional Release and Therapeutic Imagery and Dialogue. The results obtained strongly suggest that PTSD may be more successfully treated when the therapy includes corrections of the craniosacral system, the release of foreign energies and conscious-nonconscious integration.

"A Daughter's Wild Ride" by Constance Hale, Alternative Medicine, April 2003.
The writer describes how while riding a horse she suffered a fall and a resulting anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear. After following the prescribed treatment of rest and anti-inflammatory medication she felt little relief from the pain. She tried a course of CranioSacral Therapy and SomatoEmotional Release which aided her greatly in not only relief from pain but also in uncovering and resolving feelings related to the accident and her childhood.

"In Body Mind Healing, Clients May "Release" Without Recalling Trauma", by Martha Bramhall, MSW, LISW, YourHEALTH Magazine, February 2004.
The article discusses how body mind healing helps rid the mind and body of residual psycho-physical effects related to a past traumatic physical or emotional experience. These incidents leave energy imprints on the body. During a session, the therapist works to release these imprints to gentle manipulation and dialogue.

"SomatoEmotional Release: A Whole-Person Treatment, by Alice D. Lindsey, MS, LMT, CST, PATH Newsletter, January 2006.
The article discusses how body tissues can hold memories and emotions. They can contribute to the blockages that can cause other further physical problems. Therapist can help guide patients through the SomatoEmotional Release process of releasing those memories and emotions.

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