Craniosacral Therapy and Recovery from Anaesthetic

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Please note that the updated and full version of this blog post is available on my new website https://www.learninginthebody.com/blog/cst-post-surgery-anaesthetic

As a Craniosacral Therapist, I regularly meet clients preparing and recovering from surgery in my private practice and in a hospital in Brighton where I work alongside medically trained colleagues specialising in respite and medical convalescence. I find that the effects of general anaesthetic appear to linger in some people beyond the normal recovery period, sometimes for days or weeks after the surgery and possibly longer. While most people recover well, some experience a range of sensations that can feel disorienting and distressing if left unresolved. I’d like to highlight some of the common experiences I’ve encountered and describe how I support clients through their recovery process…….. (Continues)

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