The use of CranioSacral therapy in a physically impaired population in a disability service in southern Ireland.

@article{McManus2007TheUO,
  title={The use of CranioSacral therapy in a physically impaired population in a disability service in southern Ireland.},
  author={Vicki McManus and Maggie Gliksten},
  journal={Journal of alternative and complementary medicine},
  year={2007},
  volume={13 9},
  pages={929-30}
}
with children is increasing (Nickel 99 ). The use of craniosacral therapy is common in children with special needs for relief from daily or weekly symptoms (Sinha et al 2005, Hurvitz et al 2003). Carlson and Krahn found that their sample of people with physical disabilities used CAM including CST because it fitted their lifestyles and because they perceived it to be more effective than conventional medicine for treating symptoms or treating decreased function (Carlson et al 200 ).