What is Nasal Specific?
Nasal Specific Technique (NST) is a cranial adjustment in which the doctor inserts a small balloon into the nasal passages and quickly inflates and deflates. This is performed four times on each side of the nasal passages. By pressurizing the inside of the cranium, the small bones of the skull are expanded. This unlocks the sutures and chambers within the skull to normal function. When these chambers are congested and the sutures are locked, the results can be the conditions listed below. Sinus surgery has shown to be avoidable by conducting the Nasal Specific Technique. Babies who have difficulty nursing because of congestion and difficulty breathing through their noses have shown in cases to experience immediate relief.
Nasal Specific Technique has been shown to help with conditions such as:
-Chronic Sinus Infections
-Cognitive Problems associated with Concussions
-Learning and Informational Processing Problems
What to expect during the procedure?
As the doctor inflates and deflates each balloon into the nasal passages, the patient will feel pressure for a couple of seconds and then feel relief. Some patients may experience nasal bleeding, sore gums, sore throat and/or sore teeth due to the cranial release. However, these are short lived and worth the results. The entire procedure will last approximately 10-15 minutes.
How will I feel after the procedure?
After the procedure, patients may feel they can breathe more deeply and fully. Some patients reported experiencing pain relief in other areas of the body, increased energy, clear-headedness, sharper memory, and an overall relaxed and happy state of mind.