NeuroCranial Restructuring Testimonials and Case Studies – Marisa Clayton
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Dr. Dean Howell: “Marisa Clayton is the next testimonial. Marissa is my niece and I began working on Marissa when she was six months old. Over the years, not only has Marissa changed, of course, she has grown up and is a lovely young model at this point, but also she seemed to work change from its original bilateral nasal specific, a treatment that goes back to the 1930s that I started with and all this various etiologies to become NeuroCranial Restructuring. She has seen a lot. She has a lot to tell and I think that you should here it from her right now.”
Marisa Clayton: “Well, fortunately I have had the opportunity to be Dean’s niece. And I’ve had cranials my whole life. When he first started doing treatments, I would have like ten on one nose and six on the other sometimes and now he had like just one. So it’s really improved. And every time I see him he has a new technique and it makes it better so it’s really good.”
Marisa Clayton: “I’ve had a lot of sinus problems when I was like really, really young. Like, kids in school would call me ‘booger queen’ and stuff like that, but Dean fixed all that.”
Marisa Clayton: “I’ve gotten in two car accidents this past year and thank God for Uncle Dean or else I’d be in a lot of pain. And, I am able to move and I do yoga and I do dancing and I also do professional modeling.
Marisa Clayton: “And, as a model, like, features are really, really important and clients like me because my features are even, like the shape of my eyes and my cheekbones and my jaw line and I have a straight back and it helps on runway just walking because you’re—you’re more balanced.”
Marisa Clayton: “But anyways, my whole family has had the NeuroCranial Restructuring treatment and my mom, she—she’s really fortunate to have a brother who is in charge of it. And, my sister and her boyfriend, and her boyfriend, who actually just got it done for the first time a few days ago, I could already tell his cheekbones are coming out and he’s in so much of a happier mood.”
Marisa Clayton: “Like, yesterday after my treatment I just started laughing afterwards. I couldn’t stop but, I felt really dingy but it does change your personality after you change.”
Marisa Clayton: “Like, sometimes I’ll be in a really, really bad mood because my back would be in so much pain and then after the treatment it’s like, ‘Ahhhh,’ you know, it’s like a deep breath and deep sigh and it’s like a total change in your personality and the way you feel.”
Marisa Clayton: “One thing that I think was really, really cool… when my brother was born he had his umbilical cord wrapped around his throat and he couldn’t breathe. And, Uncle Dean was there and, just being born, he had little balloons and he used it on him and it saved his life.”
Marisa Clayton: “So that was really wonderful and kind of sunk in. Also, another thing that I want to say is that I’ve learned a lot about like using pressure points on someone’s back and I see people who have to go through back surgery and I feel really, really sorry for them because it’s not necessary. And, I don’t—I recommend this for anyone whether you’re a football player or just a regular person who got in a serious car accident.
Marisa Clayton: “Anything! It totally helps. And I think it’s made me taller. The doctor said I would be 5’4″ and I’m 5’10″ so.