Nasal Specific

If you or someone you know suffers from any of the conditions below the Nasal specific cranial adjustment may help:

  • Sinus congestion
  • Headaches
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Autism
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Vision loss
  • Hearing loss
  • Memory loss
  • Learning disabilities
  • Brain fog
  • TMJ/jaw pain
  • Snoring/Breathing
  • Knee pain
  • Neck pain/midback/lowback pain
  • Arm numbness
  • Depression

Nasal Specific Brief Overview

The procedure is performed my inserting a small balloon into the nasal passages and inflating the balloon rapidly and then releasing the air pressure. This is performed four times on each side of the nasal passages. By pressurizing the inside of the cranium, the small bones of the skull are expanded so as to unlock the sutures and expanding the chambers within the skull to normal function. When these chambers are congested and the sutures are locked, the results can be sinus congestion and chronic sinus infections, deviated septum’s, headaches/migraines, cognitive problems associated with concussions, learning and informational processing problems, snoring problems and sleep apners. The NST is by no means a cure-all but for those patients who have the above mentioned conditions, the procedure can be miraculous.

What to expect

Nasal Specific uses finger cots, affixed/tied to a blood pressure bulb (a sphygmomanometer) to deliver an even and effective controlled force of pressure. The finger cot portion of this device is lubricated and the un-inflated finger cot is inserted into one of the six nasal passages, guided by a toothpick. Squeezing the pressure bulb applies air into the finger cot/balloon. As this air pressure becomes greater it pushes on the walls of the nasal passageways, eventually it squeezes its way through to the back of the throat. The practitioner then quickly releases this pressure. This process takes one to three seconds. This process may be uncomfortable but the results are worth it. After the nasal specific, some patients may experience nasal bleeding, sore gums, throat or teeth, (because of cranial release). On a brighter note, immediately after patients report having increased energy, better breathing, clear-headedness, sharper memory, more joy and happiness.

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 the body including the hips hands, feet, knees, midback, and neck. Improvement in vision, hearing, smell and the ability to think more clearly are common as well.


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