Chiropractic Clinic

Cranial Adjusting

The Nasal Specific Method

Nasal Specific uses finger cots, affixed to a blood pressure bulb (a sphygmomanometer) to deliver an even and effective controlled amount of air to widen the nasal passages. The finger cot portion of this device is lubricated. The patient breathes out through their nose; this allows access and proper placement of the finger cot into the nasal passageway. The finger cot is gently tucked in around the outer edges of the nostril to insure that no outward bulging of the balloon occurs when it is inflated. The nostril is lightly compressed around the valve of the pressure bulb, so that no air can escape. The other nostril is left free and not compressed so air can escape. The patient then takes a deep breath in and holds it. By taking the breath in it expands the joints and membranes of the nasal and cranial walls. The finger cot is then gently inflated and makes its way through the nasopharynx, of which there are six - 3 on each side, widening them as it goes along. The finger cot is first inserted into the lower portion of the nose, first one side then the other. This is done to keep facial pressure, symmetrical balance and optimize the benefits of this technique. It is repeated in the middle passageways, then in the top passageways. Finally this process is repeated in the lower nasal passageway to help complete the full effect of nasal enhancement. The nasal passageways are stair-stacked, and widening the upper two nasal pathways compresses the lower nasal passageway somewhat. Therefore, the lower nasal passageways are repeated to completely stimulate and place nasal flaps in an upright position instead of an inverted position. Many times the greatest effect is accomplished after the bottom two passageways are repeated. The treatment has its greatest effect when the finger cot can reach and tap on the upper back portion of the throat. The patient can expect to hear popping sounds as stress is relieved, one’s eyes may water and nasal fluid may drain into the throat, rarely some light bleeding may occur. Ideally, this technique should be done a total of 8 inflations per visit. Recommendations vary, but depending on one’s symptoms, the procedure ideally should be repeated every two weeks until conditions improve, then once a month or every other month, finally at least two to four times per year. Please consult Dr. Dinh for your best individualized treatments, and time between treatments.

Relief for Cranial Stress and Pressure

Cranial stress and pressure can be brought on by many things such as high levels of stress at work, blunt force trauma to the head, or back, falls, car, bike, and accidents, sports injuries, and birth trauma. Anytime a forcible movement shocks someone’s spine or when applied force is exerted upon the head the cranial plates along their fault lines will either lock or shift out of place. The level of shock or impact will determine how much stress is placed on the head. For some, this is a build up over a lifetime, for others this happens at birth. There are 22 major cranial bones in the head, all of which are inter-connected and expand and contract with our breathing pattern. When one cranial plate is off set it builds up pressure and indeed locks. This causes the nerve endings to misfire in the compacted area. The results of this are a wide variety of disabilities some of the most traumatic being cerebral palsy, loss of hearing, and loss of vision. The therapy of Nasal Specific not only clears out the sinuses so one can breathe better and thus have stimulated oxygen and blood flow to the brain but it also works to release the stress on the cranial plates. By taping the back of the throat, it taps the sphenoid bone and thus lightly adjusts and relieves stress on the rest of the cranial plates. Releasing of this pressure allows for proper alignment and movement to be achieved. This will in turn stimulate the cranio-spinal fluid and blood flow thus lubricating the entire neurological network throughout the head and into the rest of the body. This technique works to unwind the tension that has been placed on the head and on the body. Think of it as working to unlock a set of rusty gears. With regular ongoing treatment over time, these gears will unlock and once again, normal nerve ending function will be able to repair itself. Not all dysfunctions can be completely relieved but their effects can be minimized.
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