21 Jun About NCR therapy. Endonasal Balloon Assisted Cranial Adjusting.
|NeuroCranial Restructuring is the newest and most powerful therapy in physical medicine. NCR is a cumulative treatment process involving controlled release of the connective tissue tensions — resulting from traumas — to unwind the body and return it towards its original design. NCR utilizes careful analysis of the body’s “proprioception” (patterns of balance) to determine the precise areas of the skull needing to be unlocked during each day’s treatment. An NCR series consists of four treatments given on consecutive days. Each case is evaluated individually for the optimal long-term outcome. Repeat treatment series are usually scheduled between one and six months apart.
This sounds very complex, but in practice it is relatively simple:
First, the patient receives customized NCR bodywork. This includes the limbs, abdomen, back and head. Next, the patient is specifically assessed to determine the cranial treatment pattern for the day. Then the patient is precisely positioned on the therapy table with the help of an assistant, including the support of pelvic wedges and sometimes a cranial pillow, for optimal treatment results and greater patient comfort. Then a small “endonasal” balloon is inserted into the nostril, briefly inflated, and quickly removed. Many patients describe the balloon pressure sensation as similar to getting water up their nose when jumping into a pool. Finally a recheck verifies that the treatment results have been achieved for that day.
“Endonasal” balloons in treatment are not new. They have been a valuable tool in practice since the early 1930s. Frequently these treatments, such as Bilateral Nasal Specific therapy, gave relief of symptoms and some long-term results. However these older treatment approaches were generalized and frequently painful.
In conclusion, NCR is different from these therapies. NCR creates incremental, cumulative, permanent structural changes to reverse the effects of the traumatic events of a body’s life. Birth trauma, accidents, and falls, sports injuries, medical procedures, severe emotional and biochemical traumas are just some of the causes of musculoskeletal damage that are released with NCR. However, for birth trauma, there are treatments out there and handy articles to read (PsychBC as a suggestion) to get you through this painful time. Back onto NCR, Conditions like:
NCR helps these conditions (and more) because they all have either a structural cause or a significant structural component.
NCR is simple, painless and powerful. Call 941 330 8553 for a consultation with Dr. Lieurance.