Endo-Nasal Cranial Adjustments

Endo-Nasal Cranial Adjustments

Our body is in constant search for balance. When a trauma to the head (through a concussion, birth trauma, etc.) occurs, the bones of the skull are impacted by force. When the skull is not in proper alignment, the rest of the body will attempt to compensate by changing the way we move. This can create poor posture, breathing difficulties, chronic pain, and even depression. Endonasal Cranial adjustments place the bones in better alignment, which optimizes the neurotransmitter activity throughout the Central Nervous System.

There are three nasal passages per nostril which will be utilized. Each nasal passage affects a different cranial bone. During the technique, a very small balloon is threaded into the nasal passages. A blood pressure bulb is then used to inflate the balloon for only one second inside the nasopharynx. There are 8 inflations per treatment. This technique is an extremely effective method for treating the symptoms listed above. A complete protocol consists of up to 10 treatments, depending on the patient.

Below are some symptoms that may respond to therapy or adjustment.

Indications 

  • Concussion and other head injuries
  • Headaches, head pressure, migraines
  • Low energy, Fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue
  • Muscle spasms, neck and shoulder pain
  • Poor concentration and focus
  • PTSD
  • Sinusitis, sleep apnea, snoring, other breathing and sinus disorders
  • Tinnitus (ringing in the ears)
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • TMJ (mouth, head and jaw pains), Tingling around face
  • Vertigo and other balance problems
  • Whiplash Syndrome
  • Headache or facial pain/pressure/tingling
  • Congestion or fullness
  • Vertigo
  • Balance Problems
  • Snoring or Sleep Apnea
  • Breathing Problems
  • Nasal obstruction or blockage
  • Loss of smell
  • Neck Pain
  • Ringing in the Ears
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    Process of Treatment

    To make the cranial adjustment and restore proper motion, the doctors inflate, then quickly deflate, a small balloon with a blood pressure bulb into the six sinus cavities to release pressure.

    He reports patients usually feel slight pressure as the balloon is threaded into the sinus cavity and then experience more pressure and a release as the balloon is inflated and deflated.

    “Most patients say they feel an immediate sense of relief and a definite opening of their sinus cavities,” he says. “And many will experience drainage, if not right away then shortly after the procedure.”

    Depending on the severity of the medical issue, Dr. Matt says a complete protocol consists of up to 10 treatments.

    “We often couple this adjustment with other procedures to help each patient achieve his or her own ‘Whole Body Health’ potential,” he says.

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