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Cranial Laser Reflex Technique, is an exciting new development in natural pain relief and soft tissue normalization, using Low Level Laser Light on specific cranial reflex points.

CLRT has been devised and developed by Dr. Wise DC, a second generation chiropractor, from South Carolina.

Taking the example of an acute ankle sprain, Dr Wise discovered that a soft tissue problem causes the anterior leg muscle cranial reflex to "blow out" like a fuse. Over time, this injury should heal properly, but if the reflex is still active, then it takes longer to heal and has a much higher chance of becoming a chronically unstable ankle, prone to more twisting. Correcting the ankle cranial reflex as soon as possible causes an immediate reduction in pain and a massive speeding up of the healing process.

Dr Wise put together his fascination with light with cranial reflex points after accidentally coming across the points in an old text book on Applied Kinesiology. Applying light on the cranium on these specific points he was amazed and stunned by the results he got with his patients. He discovered that the cranial reflexes are energetically connected to every major muscle in the body, and that when light is applied the body responds instantly. Later he added to the map when he found more cranial reflex pathways, this time connected to every spinal segment.

This unique system, using Low Level Laser light on the head, changes the way we think about the human body. It also changes the way that chiropractic, osteopathy, massage and bodywork can be delivered.

In October Dr Nick Wise, Chiropractor and developer of the Cranial Laser Reflex Technique (CLRT) came to the UK to teach a classroom full of Osteopaths, Chiropractors, Physiotherapists and other health practitioners.  He  returns in June 2010 to run further training sessions.  Keep an eye on for information.

For more information visit Dr Wise’s website and blog: