Physiological effects of a CV 4 cranial osteopathic technique on autonomic nervous system function : A preliminary investigation

@inproceedings{MilnesPhysiologicalEO,
  title={Physiological effects of a CV 4 cranial osteopathic technique on autonomic nervous system function : A preliminary investigation},
  author={Kate Milnes and Robert W Moran}
}
Background and objectives: Research conducted in the field of cranial manipulation has primarily focused on interand intra-reliability detecting both the Cranial Rhythmic Impulse and cranial dysfunction. Limited literature exists regarding the effects of cranial manipulation on health outcomes, and little has been done to investigate the physiological effects of the techniques in practice. The aim of this pilot study was to investigate the physiological effects resulting from the administration… CONTINUE READING

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