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Many conditions can be worked with using CSB techniques, some examples of which are indicated in the table below. CSB works with other modalities and can be used concurrently with massage, myofascial release, acupuncture and many other modalities as it works synergistically. Please note:  dependant on the condition, treatment other than craniosacral may be required such as, a conventional veterinary approach or other therapeutic approaches (herbal medicine, homeopathy).

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  • various musculoskeletal, neurological and behavioural issues
  • hip or elbow joint dysplasia
  • head injuries/traumas
  • temporomandibular joint dysfunction
  • spinal injuries
  • hind end injuries
  • lameness
  • knee problems – cruciate ligament injury (ACL tears), post-surgical treatment 
  • knee problems – luxating patella (dislocating kneecap) in small breeds
  • intervertebral disc disease, spinal disc prolapse
  • arthritis / joint pain
  • back or neck pain
  • cervical/neck vertebral malformation / instability
  • epilepsy
  • soft tissue conditions (muscular, ligament/tendon sprain)
  • hind end weakness (slow to get up, difficulty with climbing stairs or jumping - furniture or into cars)
  • geriatric dogs - stiffness and difficulty with overall mobility, poor quality of life
  • asymmetrical movement 
  • sports injuries
  • injury prevention and improved performance in your canine athlete 
  • urinary incontinence
  • temporary/poor response to chiropractic, acupuncture, massage, physiotherapy or rehabilitation treatments
  • pre and post-surgery
  • behavioural problems eg anxiety
  • blocked tear ducts 
  • after spay/neuter