Excerpts from the NeuroCranial Restructuring book by Dr. Dean Howell
Here is a collection of writings about NeuroCranial Restructuring (NeuroCranial Restructuring), the newest and most powerful concept of physical medicine in the world today. Although rough around the edges, this small book should help you gain some understanding of this exciting foray into new ideas in physical medicine therapies. The book can be purchase here.
As you read through this book, please be aware of the shortcomings of physical medicine treatments as they are practiced today. Chronic conditions are the bread and butter of the physical medicine industry. Patients believe that they cannot get better, so they accept palliative care, insuring that they will be permanent customer/patients. My frustration with ineffective therapy was the initial push to create NeuroCranial Restructuring.
NeuroCranial Restructuring is a cumulative manipulation process involving controlled release of the body’s connective tissue tension to unwind the structure and return it towards its original design. NeuroCranial Restructuring utilizes careful analysis of the body’s proprioception (patterns of balance) to determine the precise areas of the skull needing to be unlocked. The skull is actually moved by the action of small, inflatable endonasal balloons that are inserted through the nostril and inflated briefly into the throat.
With the addition of careful body positioning to increase the tension in the meninges and other connective tissues, the entire skeletal structure can be permanently changed with this kind of skull manipulation. This unlocking of the connective tissues’ residual tensions combined with precise movements of the cranial bones allow the structural systems of the body to move incrementally and cumulatively towards the body’s original design.
This has become my life’s work. I hope that you become as excited by this information as I am.
All of the mistakes contained in this booklet are mine. There are many people who have helped, especially those people who have contributed articles and allowed their less-than-flattering photos to be published. Special thanks go to my patients for enduring my tardiness starting my workday because of my time writing this book, and my family, especially my wife Trisha, for enduring my late nights.