Gill Redden constantly sees the consequence of concussions or bad head knocks that were never identified at the time of the initial accident. That’s because an impact anywhere always sets up a chain of events, which the body tries to accommodate for as long as it can.
Gill uses full body, internationally accepted Cranio techniques, combined with nearly two decades as a professional CranioSacral practitioner. She is able to loosen up head bones; the membranes surrounding the brain which then form the spinal canal, tailbones, organs and nerves. By treating the whole body, Cranio assists the nervous system to stay healthy or to repair in a non-invasive manner.
This can potentially help with a reduction in pain or problems even decades after an accident or concussion (see written testimonials on the website from Charles and Brandon who had burning nerve pain for 2.5 and 20 years after concussions).
Gill treats people with a wide range of symptoms including migraines, headaches, dizziness, neck and nerve pain, double-vision, fatigue, poor concentration, brain fog, depression, poor sleeping and much more. Her comprehensive website lists positive testimonials, ranging from top rugby players who suffered concussion, to others suffering ongoing issues, who’ve all found relief after attending the Bealey Avenue clinic.
It should be noted that the sphenoid bone has a lot to do with anxiety and depression. What happens to our active, outdoor-loving people who have sustained a few head knocks over the years? All our history adds up. Gill suggests regular Cranio so we don’t miss out on our fun lifestyle.
For more information, phone 03 365 7801 or visit www.concussion.nz.