Holzschuh Prize for Complementary Medicine 2015: Craniosacral therapy for chronic neck pain

Holzschuh Prize for Complementary Medicine 2015: Craniosacral therapy for chronic neck pain


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Heidemarie Haller was awarded the Holzschuh Prize for Complementary Medicine 2015 for her work on craniosacral therapy for chronic neck pain.

The active model of craniosacral therapy, which was developed mainly from empirical knowledge, has not been scientifically evaluated to this day. The study by Heidemarie Haller et al. now confirms the effectiveness and safety of craniosacral therapy in chronically unspecific neck pain patients with the highest scientific standard. This is because, among other things, it demonstrates its effectiveness against sham treatment in a well-designed and methodically clean study design.

"And Ms. Haller goes one step further," the jury explains the selection of the work. “She adds a qualitative part to her quantitative analysis. In the course of extensive interviews, the very personal experience of the complaints, the treatments and the changes was documented.

The “Karl and Hilde Holzschuh Foundation” annually awards the € 5,000 clog award for complementary medicine. The Foundation Award is intended to help promote scientific research in naturopathy and complementary medicine and to make the results of the studies better known. (pm)

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