About Us

Carol Ball Carol graduated from Ohio State University in 1977 with a degree in Occupational Therapy. She practiced traditional occupational therapy for 18 years before starting her practice in craniosacral therapy.  She worked with both children and adults in a variety of settings, including neonatal intensive care units, school systems, acute and rehabilitation hospitals, outpatient settings, home health agencies, and long term care facilities.

Carol took her first course in craniosacral therapy in 1993 and began utilizing her training in the traditional settings.  In 1993 she opened her private practice specializing in craniosacral therapy. 

Carol is a certified craniosacral therapist and has received over a thousand hours of training in craniosacral therapy and related techniques.  She has taught many classes in the field to both professionals and the general public.  Additionally, she has assisted in teaching many classes for the Upledger Institute.

In 2005 she joined her practice with Tammy Calder and together they formed the Craniosacral Center of the Carolinas.

Tammy Calder::Occupational Therapist

Tammy Calder Tammy Calder graduated from the University of Florida in 1986 with a degree in Occupational Therapy. She practiced Occupational Therapy in traditional settings for 17 years prior to starting her own practice. She spent the first six years specializing in Neurological Rehabilitation, working with primarily stroke and head injury patients. Following that she worked in a variety of settings throughout the country including: orthopedics, acute care rehabilitation, home health and geriatric rehab.

She has studied and practiced CranioSacral Therapy since 2001 and started her own practice in 2003. Since that time, she has furthered her studies to the most advanced level in CranioSacral Therapy via the Upledger Institute.

Tammy was asked to be a Teacher's Assistant for Dr. John Upledger for the Advance 2 CranioSacral Therapy course in 2008. Dr. John Upledger is the founder of CranioSacral Therapy. She has also spoke and taught at various schools and different health related organizations including, The South Carolina Occupational Therapy Association and Furman University.

In 2005 Tammy joined her practice with Carol Ball. Together, they developed the CranioSacral Center of the Carolinas.