Alzheimer’s Disease and NCR

Alzheimer’s Can Be Helped Slightly By NeuroCranial Restructuring

Alzheimer’s disease is associated with poor functioning of the brain. In autopsies Alzheimer brain tissue is dramatically different from regular brain tissue. A person suffering from Alzheimer’s disease is not yet at the point of death, so the condition of his/her brain is somewhere between a normal person and the brain autopsy state. Brain function is dependent on at least three factors: the state of the brain tissue, the flow characteristics of the blood and tissue, and the flow characteristics of the blood and the cerebrospinal fluid. Without the flow of blood and cerebrospinal fluid, the brain cannot function at all. Yet most therapeutic plans to treat Alzheimer’s disease have focused on the brain tissue. This is why there are attempts to formulate new drugs as well as natural approaches using diet, detoxification of toxins and heavy metals, nutraceutical supplements and homeopathic medicines. These can help. But it is also important to insure that the fluid flow characteristics of the brain are optimized. This is where NeuroCranial Restructuring can help. By improving the shape of the head, fluid flow patterns of the blood and cerebrospinal fluid can be improved, allowing the brain tissue to function at the peak of its capabilities. Granted, with Alzheimer’s disease, this will still be sub-optimal performance, but it will be a distinct improvement over the non-treated patient. The unfortunately problem is that the degenerative factor(s) of Alzheimer’s disease is not being addressed!

I have seen great short-term results clinically, generally expecting to reverse two or three years of Alzheimer’s symptoms in each four-day sequence. My doctor-students have had similar results. One doctor told me of an Alzheimer’s patient who was brought in by her husband. She received four days of NeuroCranial Restructuring therapy, and each day had no memory of the previous day’s treatment. Afterwards, her husband was delighted with her improvement, so he brought her back for more treatment three months later. When the doctor and her husband put her on the table she remembered the treatment after three months. She said, “No way you’re going to do that to me again!”

NeuroCranial Restructuring is an important part of a treatment protocol for Alzheimer’s patients, but not an answer to Alzheimer’s disease.