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Nasal Release Technique

Dr. Erin is now offering a new service called Nasal Release Technique (NRT). NRT has quickly gained popularity due to its effectiveness for treating things like jaw pain, concussion symptoms, snoring, migraines and airway issues.

Dr. Erin decided to get trained in this technique after it helped her immensely with her own jaw pain, airway and snoring issues. Nasal Release Technique is done by inserting a small, inflatable balloon into the nasal passages and inflating it gently. The feeling can be strange at first, but many patients report easier breathing after even one session.

Nasal Release Technique, Functional Cranial Release, NeuroCranial Restructuring, Cranial Facial Release (CRT), Nasal Cranial Release, EndoNasal Cranial Adjusting, Bilateral Nasal Specific Adjustment, Nasal Balloon Therapy....many names, for the same technique!

The Nasal Release Technique (NRT) is a non-invasive, safe, holistic treatment that can be used to address a wide range of conditions, including concussions, migraines, jaw pain, snoring, and airway issues.

How does NRT work?

The nasal passages are lined with sensitive tissues that can become inflamed and blocked due to a variety of factors, including allergies, infection, and trauma. When the nasal passages are blocked, it can make it difficult to breathe and can lead to a variety of symptoms, such as headaches, dizziness, and sinus pressure.

NRT involves the use of a small, inflatable balloon that is inserted into the nasal passages. The balloon is then inflated, which gently expands the nasal passages and releases any tension or adhesions in the surrounding tissues. This can help to improve airflow, reduce inflammation, and promote healing.

NRT has been shown to be effective for a variety of conditions, including:

  • Concussions: NRT can help to reduce headaches, dizziness, and other concussion symptoms by releasing tension and improving blood flow to the brain.

  • Migraines: NRT can help to reduce the frequency and severity of migraines by reducing inflammation and improving circulation in the head and neck region.

  • Jaw pain: NRT can help to relieve jaw pain and tension by releasing trigger points in the facial muscles.

  • Snoring: NRT can help to reduce snoring by improving nasal airflow and reducing congestion.

  • Airway issues: NRT can help to improve airway function in people with conditions such as sleep apnea and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

Benefits of NRT

NRT has a number of benefits, including:

  • It is a safe and effective treatment for a variety of conditions.

  • It is non-invasive and does not require any medication.

  • It can be performed on people of all ages, including children and pregnant women.

  • It can help to improve breathing, reduce pain and inflammation, and relieve a variety of symptoms.

If you’d like more information, please feel free to book a free phone consultation with Dr. Erin through the Janeapp HERE.

If you are ready to feel the effectiveness of NRT for your sinus or jaw issues, schedule HERE.

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