You have 22 bones in your skull that come together like a puzzle at areas called sutures.
The cranial plates are designed to expand and contract with breathing to keep your lymphatics draining, blood flowing, and protective cerebrospinal fluid moving around the brain and spinal cord.
Hits to the head and face can cause these sutures to become stuck, preventing this cranial respiration and decreasing the overall function of many neurological systems.
There are 52 points of cranial interconnection at the area directly behind your nasal bone. When any one of these connections becomes "stuck" or blocked it affects the cranium as a whole
This profound technique allows us to go in through the nasal cavity and adjust all these interconnections and sutures from the inside out.
It's a carefully administered procedure that unwinds the body and returns it to optimal function by shifting the cranial plates of the skull and relieving pinned up pressure. Releasing this pressure reestablishes the normal flow of cerebrospinal fluid to the body and proper blood flow to the brain.
Adults and children who have sustained any type of head injury are candidates for Bilateral Nasal Specific technique.