About Dr. Cayle
Dr. Jonathan Cayle is a board certified Obstetrician/Gynecologist with 20 years experience.
In the U.S. Navy, Dr. Cayle served as a pilot, flight instructor, and the
Pacific Fighter Air Wing’s Senior Regional Flight Surgeon. He developed a clinic designated
to offer CST services to military personnel. Dr. Cayle retired from the Navy in 2004.
Recently, Dr. Cayle began training in complementary modalities of Craniosacral
Therapy (CST), Lymph Drainage Therapy, and Frequency Specific Microcurrent (FSM), and
has been blending these with his medical practice since 2003.
Dr. Cayle is Certified in CST Techniques, Advanced Trained in CST, and Advanced Trained in FSM.
He is also the co-author of “The amniotic fluid index in normal human pregnancy.“ Am J Obstet Gynecol 1990.
His current research projects focus on incorporating new interventions for women’s health issues
in both gynecology and obstetrics. Among the modalities being integrated into traditional methods,
are CST and FSM. With the development of The Cayle™ Method of Labor and Delivery, Dr. Cayle offers
women the best attributes of both complementary and traditional health care. Dr. Cayle has also
developed a curriculum to teach this program internationally. In 2005 he presented his data and
findings as the keynote speaker at the International Symposium for CST in Florida.
Dr. Cayle moved to Michigan in December of 2005 and started the Cayle Clinic, P.C. and the Cayle
Institute for Health Sciences to continue pursuing his passion for women’s health. Working
in conjunction with the CranioSacral Institute of Michigan, his office is located in Shelby Township.
Dr. Cayle is also a member of the OB/GYN staff at William Beaumont Hospital, Troy, MI.
Personal Purpose Statement
It is my passion to re-empower women in their own healthcare process. I do this by integrating
complementary and traditional techniques. An added benefit of this approach is an increase in responsibility accepted by the patient. Focusing
on each individual patient as a special entity, giving them the time and consideration that they
deserve, along with supporting them in their decisions, does pay dividends. A patient who is more
comfortable with the decisions she makes for herself is more satisfied. A more pleasant experience
for the patient becomes a more pleasant experience for the entire healthcare team.
Integral to this process are therapeutic interventions that create a physiologic response resulting
in a smooth labor process. Approaching labor and delivery in this supportive manner allows the
patient to use simple techniques to empower herself.
I have dedicated myself to developing new techniques towards this cause. I have developed a program
to bring this new, exciting treatment to women that can be taught and spread internationally. My
findings are consistent, reproducible, and statistically significant. With my previous work
developing the Amniotic Fluid Index (with Dr. Thomas Moore), I have been able to improve women's
healthcare globally. I look forward to making an even larger contribution with this work.