Brain Surgery Can Be Helped By NeuroCranial Restructuring
After brain surgery, NeuroCranial Restructuring is very important.
The brain is surrounded by connective tissue, such as the meninges, and then by bone. This network of bone and connective tissue is interlocked and integrated. When they are changed, there are great implications for the functioning of the brain and body. The structures of the head are changed dramatically with surgery, and there are usually no efforts to return the head to its normal mechanical function.
After brain surgery, many people feel different from before. One woman I treated said that she was “fifty-seven going on ninety-seven”. Walking was difficult and painful. Her doctors had told her that she had little hope of improvement and prescribed medications to control her pain and inflammation. She felt old, stupid, tired and useless. The area of her skull that underwent surgery looked indented and rumpled. After receiving NeuroCranial Restructuring treatment for three days, she performed high kicks for me and exclaimed, “I love you!” By this time, her surgical scars didn’t look the same anymore. Her skull was less depressed, and the skin was pulled more smoothly over the scar. As her skull had returned to a normal shape, her brain and body structures began working again the way they were designed.
I recommend NeuroCranial Restructuring to everyone after brain surgery.