NASAL SPECIFIC TECHNIQUE
Our Doctors have had patients travel from all up and down the West Coast, including Canada, just for the Nasal Specific Technique. If you or someone you know suffers from any of the following conditions, our Nasal Specific cranial adjustment may help:
Neck pain/midback/lowback pain
About Nasal Specific Technique
The Nasal Specific Technique* works to unwind your body and help restore your body functions. It adjusts the cranial plates of your skull and reestablishes the flow of cerebrospinal fluid to your body and the proper flow of blood to your brain.
This technique has been in practice since the 1930’s. It has been taught to many Doctors, dentists and other practitioners. There is now a surgical procedure that is designed to produce the same result. But this procedure requires general anesthesia and costs thousands of dollars. We can achieve the same results without the anesthesia and without spending thousands of dollars. How great for you!
* Also known as Bilateral Nasal Specific (BNS) or Nasal Cranial Release (NCR).
How It Works
A very tiny balloon is inserted into one of your six nasal passages and is gently inflated, opening your sinus to the back of your throat. Your passages are done one at a time. Each nasal passage takes about one to three seconds to open. It sounds uncomfortable and it can be uncomfortable, but the relief is certainly worth the few seconds of discomfort.
What will I feel like afterwards?
You may be able to breathe in fully and deeply. You may feel relief of pain in any given part of your body including your hips hands, feet, knees, mid-back, and neck. Improvement in vision, hearing, smell and the ability to think more clearly are common as well. Immediately after the Nasal Specific, our patients have also reported having increased energy, better breathing, clear-headedness, sharper memory and more joy and happiness. In the short term, some patients experience nasal bleeding, sore gums, throat or teeth. These experiences are all a direct result of the positive cranial release.