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Can craniosacral therapy help with autism?

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Yes: The osteopathic literature supports the use of cranial/sacral manipulation for any neurological problem which autism is. It is important to know where information comes from. An osteopath who is trained to use cranial therapy is qualified to comment about it.

Answered 5/4/2016

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No: No reputable studles have demonstrated consistant improvement with these therapies.Yes it is important to know the source. When a practioner is not certified or specially trained in pediatrics they can be suspect.

Answered 5/7/2014

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