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The NasalRX technique is a precise therapeutic approach aimed at mobilising the cranial system and relieving cranial fixations. Its primary focus is on the sphenoid bone. By utilizing an inflated balloon, pressure is exerted outwardly on the bones surrounding the nasal passages, particularly targeting the sphenoid sutures. This action helps alleviate any restrictions within the cranial sutures caused by external forces. NasalRX aims to restore optimal respiratory function within the skull, facilitating the flow of cerebrospinal fluid to nourish the pituitary gland, brain, and cerebellum, while aiding in the removal of metabolic waste from brain cells.


CombiningNasalRX with Cranial Osteopathy can profoundly impact lives by targeting chronic concussions, migraines, sinus issues, and a myriad of other symptoms.


NasalRX is an advanced endo-nasal technique utilising "Balloon Assisted" cranial adjustments. Derived from Bilateral Nasal Specific (BNS) adjusting, pioneered by chiropractor Richard Stober, NasalRX focuses on mobilising cranial fixations, particularly in the sphenoid bone, to enhance

cranial function.


This technique involves inserting a tiny balloon into the nose, quickly inflated to mobilise facial and cranial bones, aiming to restore normal cranial respiratory motion.

NasalRX, based on Cranial Osteopathy protocols, prioritises clearing distortions below the Atlas before cranial adjustments, relieving dural tension and optimising brain function.

Dr. A.D. Speransky's research supports the concept that reducing mechanical torque on the brain and pituitary gland enhances their function.

Patients seek NasalRX treatment as a conservative alternative to conventional medical procedures, experiencing relief from various conditions such as breathing disorders, progression of Concussion side effects, migraines, TMJ disorder, and more.


Dr. Stober's success in treating Down's syndrome patients underscores the effectiveness of NasalRX in optimising brain function and improving

overall well-being.

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