The skull is not one large bone but instead composed of 22 individual flat and irregular bones. Like the tectonic plates of Earth, these bones shift and flex slightly. This ingenious feature of the skull allows for a slight give in cases of trauma and a gentle pumping of the CSF to provide nutrients to the central nervous system.
Just as do the tectonic plates of Earth, the skull bones can build areas of stress and pressure over time. Pressure or distortion of the bones of the skull may manifest as any number of conditions including:
- Headache / Migraine
- Sinus Issues
- TMJ / Jaw Disorders
- Facial Asymmetry
- Headache / Migraine
- Ear Infections
- and more…
We’ve always known that even relatively minor head trauma sometimes leaves lasting effects. Until now those effects were generally addressed through medication (or ignored!).
Think about it…if a physical force creates a physical change to your skull how can medication undo it?
Endonasal Correction works at the same level on which the problem was created. Physical forces on the skull invariably come from outside-in; car accidents, bumping your head on the cupboard, assaults, sports injuries, etc… These essentially crush skull bones inward creating a tension at the sutures of the skull and the connective tissues underneath. Even in ancient times there were physical remedies in the form of arcane primitive surgery. Modern medicine tends to split the difference between either radical surgery or no treatment at all.
How it Works
- A simple analysis detects tension distortions at the sutures of the skull. You may be able to feel some of these yourself by feeling for painful tender points around your temples.
- According to the analysis a small balloon is inserted into the sinus cavity and given a quick inflation.
- The burst of pressure allows the bones of skull to shift away from the points of pressure.
That’s it. There is no anesthesia or pain meds used – none are needed. Though the balloon insertion for some is initially uncomfortable, it is usually inconsequential to the often immediate relief of released pressure. A typical session usually involves between one – three insertion/inflations, can be completed in 10-minutes and is best combined with Advanced Biostructural Correction™.
Find out if the answer you’ve been missing could really be this easy. Give us a call today to schedule a consult.