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"Dr. Dean Howell discusses Neurocranial Restructuring therapy treatments Part 1"

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discussion of NCR treatments by Dr. Howell.

When we are performing NCR therapy there are a number of treatment sections that we would typically perform on a patient.

 There is going to be a spinal integration section, which will feature some deep muscle work as well as some leg length checking and working with the low back, and then also doing some deep muscle work in the upper back.

These sections would normally be performed by a massage therapist. Then later we will have the patient turn over and I will show you some of the work that I will be doing on my patients.

Then we will go further. Do some external cranial work and then the most important parts of the therapy will be some very specific testing and the treatments with endonasal balloons.

Now we are in the spinal integration phase and you can see me working very deeply on parts of my model's low back and buttocks. It is very important how this is done because the therapist needs to be able to feel the energy flowing between the different contact points in the patient's back, so this is not a random therapy.

As this treatment accumulates, what happens is that we start seeing more symmetry in the shape of the spine and pelvis. We are very interested in how their legs and hips track together so that we show a lot of symmetrical movements as the skeleton moves into a more symmetrical treatment position.

Working on the pelvis is extremely important because of all the connections between the skeleton and the skull. From the pelvis to the skull there is connective tissues that will go along with the spine and go through the inside of the head so that working on the head and the pelvis are sort of working on opposite ends of a puppet with strings.

Now you can see me at this point working with deep muscle pressures on my model's upper back because so many of these muscles when they are tight will prevent the skull from being able to change as we do external cranial work or the more important internal cranial work.

Remember all of these treatments are designed to combine so that we can move the innermost bone in the head, the sphenoid bone, because as the sphenoid bone can be changed we get permanent cumulative changes rather than more temporary changes of trying to correct all of these other structures.

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Clinic Address: Dr. Dean Howell, ND
2840 Northup Way, Suite 104 * Bellevue WA, 98004
Phone: 888-252-0411 * Fax: 888-252-0411

Doctor Dean Howell created NCR, NeuroCranial Restructuring, to help patients get pain relief, achieve facial symmetry, fix crooked noses, create a youthful appearance without plastic surgery, improve sports performance, heal head injuries like concussion, whiplash and facial compression, eliminate snoring, improve sleep apnea, abolish headaches, eliminate migraines, help scoliosis, fix TMJ and TMD problems, straighten posture, increase memory and look younger by gently moving the sphenoid bone.

NeuroCranial Restructuring may help a wide range of symptoms including: Acute and chronic ostitis media, Alzheimer's Disease, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), anxiety and nervousness, arthritis, bursitis, rheumatism, Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), Autism, Bipolar Disorder, brain surgery, Bruxism, Cerebral Palsy, Chronic Fatigue, concussion, deafness, depression, double vision, Down Syndrome, Dyslexia, Dystonia, ear infections, Fibromyalgia, Glaucoma, head injuries, Hyperactivity, Insomnia, Kyphyosis (hunchback), learning disabilities, Lordosis (swayback), Lou Gehrig's Disease, low energy, lymphatic toxins, Lymphoma, manic depression, migraines, military spine, Multiple Sclerosis, muscle spasms, neck pain, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, orthodontic stress, Osteoporosis, Parkinson's Disease, phobias, Polio, poor concentration, psychosis, relationship difficulties, Schizophrenia, Sciatica, Scoliosis and spiral spine, seizures, shoulder and neck pain, sinus disorders and sinusitis, Sleep Apnea, snoring, strokes, teeth grinding, Tinnitus, TMJ (Temporomandibular joint) and TMD (Temporomandibular Disc), Vertigo and balance problems, whiplash and headaches.

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