NeuroCranial Restructuring FAQ’s

NeuroCranial Restructuring Frequently Asked Questions

I. Philosophy of NeuroCranial Restructuring

  • What is NeuroCranial Restructuring?
  • How does NeuroCranial Restructuring represent a new paradigm shift in healing?
  • Why aren’t good diet, exercise and rest enough to correct all my health problems and to optimize my structure?
  • Why does NeuroCranial Restructuring help so many diverse conditions?
  • How do you know NeuroCranial Restructuring works?

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II. General Information

  • Can everyone benefit from NeuroCranial Restructuring?
  • How many treatments do I need? Why do some people need more treatments than others do?
  • Do a lot of people return for further treatment?
  • How long does each treatment take?
  • Why do you schedule treatments four days in a row? Is there a limit to how many treatments I should get in a row? How long should I wait between sequences?
  • Why do you take pictures before and after each series?
  • How long can I keep getting benefits from each treatment series and from NeuroCranial Restructuring in general?
  • How long after having a fracture to my nose can I begin treatment? What are the precautions in treating me?
  • What are the youngest and the oldest ages you can treat with NeuroCranial Restructuring?
  • Will I feel okay to go out to eat after a treatment? What about eating before my treatment?
  • Do other doctors practice NeuroCranial Restructuring?
  • Who is eligible to be trained as a NeuroCranial Restructuring therapist? How long does the initial training take and what does it cost?
  • What’s involved in my being a patient for a student doctor during one of the NeuroCranial Restructuring training courses? How much does it cost to be seen by a student doctor?

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III. Anatomy, Structure and NeuroCranial Restructuring

  • Why does my spine and whole nervous system shift from moving my head?
  • What causes my cranial bones to become unbalanced in the first place?
  • How does moving my sphenoid move all the other cranial bones?
  • How can my skull, which is made of bone, expand and contract?
  • How do my neurotransmitter levels change from receiving treatment?
  • Can NeuroCranial Restructuring prevent or reverse age-related stooping?

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IV. NeuroCranial Restructuring Technique

  • How do you diagnose how many balloons to use and where?
  • What happens when the balloons are inflated?
  • What does depth of balloons mean?
  • Why is there a special massage before the balloons?
  • Why do you place my body in a special position during treatment?
  • Is there anything I can do to accelerate my progress with NeuroCranial Restructuring?
  • Is there anything that impedes my progress with NeuroCranial Restructuring? What should I avoid?

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V. NeuroCranial Restructuring vs. Other Therapies

  • What makes NeuroCranial Restructuring different from all other therapies?
  • How is NeuroCranial Restructuring different from craniosacral therapy?
  • Can I have NeuroCranial Restructuring in place of some dental work? How long after treatment should I wait to have dental work done? What is the proper protocol for dental work with NeuroCranial Restructuring?
  • Why does my spine keep going back into a painful position after chiropractic adjustments and how is NeuroCranial Restructuring different?
  • Is NeuroCranial Restructuring more effective cosmetically than plastic surgery?

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VI. Effects and Results of NeuroCranial Restructuring

  • Does treatment hurt?

  • Can I function normally right after a treatment?

  • Might I vomit or have a toxic release after treatment?

  • What should I do if I easily bleed, bruise or am on blood thinners?

  • What if I have a tendency to blackout?

  • How does NeuroCranial Restructuring affect pregnant and delivering women? Are there any precautions?

  • How does NeuroCranial Restructuring affect athletic performance?

  • How long does my head keep shifting after treatment?

  • What happens if I keep getting treatments after my symptoms disappear? What does NeuroCranial Restructuring do besides relieving conditions and these symptoms? Can I grow as a person from NeuroCranial Restructuring? How?

  • Does NeuroCranial Restructuring have any bad side effects?

  • What are some good NeuroCranial Restructuring side effects?

  • Why do I feel clearer, calmer and happier after receiving NeuroCranial Restructuring treatment?

  • Why does my face change shape with treatment? Why does it tend to become more oval and symmetrical?

  • How do vitamins and minerals flow after treatment? Might I need to change my supplement dosages? Why?

  • What do I do if I get a strange reaction between sequences?

  • Why does my nose sometimes run or bleed after getting treatment?

  • Why do my teeth sometimes ache after treatment?

  • Why do my feet and arches look different after treatment?

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VIII. How and why does NeuroCranial Restructuring help the following conditions?

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  • Alzheimer’s?
  • Anxiety and nervousness? Arthritis, bursitis and rheumatism?
  • Attention Deficit Disorder, dyslexia, hyperactivity and other learning disabilities?
  • Autism?
  • Brain surgery?
  • Cerebral palsy?
  • Bipolar disorder (Manic-depression)? Depression? Obsessive-compulsive disorder?
  • Psychosis? Schizophrenia?
  • Concussion and other head injuries?
  • Down’s Syndrome?
  • Dystonia?
  • Ear infection (acute and chronic otitis media) and deafness?
  • Forty-seven chromosome individuals?
  • Glaucoma? Double vision? Other vision problems?
  • Headaches, head pressure and migraines?
  • Heart conditions?
  • Insomnia?
  • Low energy (fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue)?
  • Lymphatic circulation and its malfunctioning, such as lymphoma, lymphatic? toxins and Lymphoid?
  • TMD or TMJ (Mouth, head and jaw pains)?
  • Multiple sclerosis and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s disease)?
  • Muscular dystrophy?
  • Muscle spasms? Neck and shoulder pain?
  • Organ functioning?
  • Orthodontic stress and bruxism (grinding)?
  • Osteoporosis?
  • Para- and quadriplegics?
  • Parkinson’s disease and tremors?
  • Phobias?
  • Polio?
  • Poor concentration and focus?
  • Relationship difficulties?
  • Sciatica, kyphosis (hunchback), lordosis (swayback), scoliosis (a spiral spine), military spine (from whiplash) and other back problems?
  • Seizures?
  • Sinusitis? Sleep apnea? Snoring? Breathing and sinus disorders?
  • Strokes? Thrombosis (excessive blood clotting)?
  • Left hemisphere paresis?
  • Tinnitus?
  • Tuberculosis?
  • Vertigo and other balance problems?