CST may help

Abdominal surgery, ADD, ADHD,  Apraxia (difficulty with skilled movements even when person has ability to do them)

Back/neck problems, Birth Trauma, Blackout, Brain fog

Chronic Ear Infections, COVID long hauler's, Concussion

Dental Work, Depression, Trauma, Disrupted sleep patternsDizziness, Dyscalculia,  Dyslexia


Facial and Nasal Trauma, Falls, Forceps/Vacuum deliveries



MigrainesMeniere’s Disease, Mood/Personality disorder, Motor Dysfunction, Menstrual issues

Neck pain

PCOS, Protective guarding

Sciatica, Sensory Processing, Sinusitis, Spasticity, Spinal cord damage, Surgery recovery (moving toxins out of body after anesthesia

TIA, Tinnitus, TMJ-DTorticollis

Vertigo, Visual disturbances


Also anyone who wears masks, headbands, hats or helmets for long periods of time. These items tend to realign the head.

To schedule please text or call: 208-440-2621

Who should be cautious?

These include conditions where any variation or change in the intracranial pressure would cause instability. Acute aneurysm, Ehlers-Danlos syndromes, cerebral hemorrhage, strokes or other preexisting severe bleeding disorders are examples of conditions that could be affected by small intracranial pressure changes.