Cranial work by a trained practitioners of craniopathy can produce significant changes in the cranial and facial bones. A wide variety of symptomatology can be relieved when the appropriate cranial work is employed. The trained craniopath can make an accurate diagnosis affecting the patient’s overall health, and can make the corrections indicated by the examination. Some adjustments of the cranium can be performed by hand contacts on the skull externally, and some cranial corrections must be made intra-orally by specific contacts used to facilitate restoration of optimum cranial motion and flow of fluid around the brain.