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Craniosacral therapy (also called CST, also spelled CranioSacral bodywork or therapy) is an alternative medicine therapy used by osteopaths, ], massage therapists, naturopaths, chiropractors, and occupational therapists.
Several studies have reported that there is little scientific support for the underlying theoretical model for which no properly randomized, blinded, and placebo-controlled outcome studies have ever been published...
There are extensive criticisms of cranialsacral therapy from the scientific and health care professions as to the validity and efficacy of Cranial Type techniques and principles. The following criticisms are cited against this form of therapy.
Lack of evidence cranialsacral therapy provides a therapeutic benefit
-nincs bizonyitek arra, hogy gyogyito hatasu
Lack of evidence for the existence of "cranial bone movement": -nincs bioznyitek a koponycsontok mikormozgasaira
Scientific evidence does not support the theories for cranial bone movement claimed by craniosacral practitioners. This research shows that partial fusion between cranial bones occurs during growth and development.
Lack of evidence for the existence of the "cranial rhythm":
-nincs bizonyitek arra ritmusra amirol irnak
While evidence exists for cerebrospinal fluid pulsation, one study states it is caused by the functioning of the cardiovascular system and not by the workings of the craniosacral system.
Lack of evidence linking "cranial rhythm" to disease:
-nincs bizonyitek a ritmus es betegsegek kapcsolatara
Research to date to support the link between the "cranial rhythm" and general health is cited as "low grade" and "unacceptable to meet scientific measures".
Lack of evidence "cranial rhythm" is detectable by practitioners:
-nincs bizonyitek arra, hogy a gyogyito erzekelne ilyen ritmust
Operator interreliability has been very poor in studies that have been done. Five studies showed an operator interreliability of zero. In a report to the British Columbia Office of Health Technology Assessment one study in this report shows some operator interreliability but has been criticized as deeply flawed. Osszefoglalva: nincs bizonyitek
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