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How Long Does A Neuro Cranial Integration Treatment Last?

 

The NCi procedure lasts only two to three minutes. Not only is it easy on the patient, it is also easy on the doctor to perform. For those of you who have attended our preview seminars, DO NOT let the purposeful simplicity of NCi allow you to ignore the powerful results you experienced in the Previews. For all, we invite you to attend this powerful training. NCi may be a “stand alone technique” or be integrated in your existing practice.

 

How does treating the brain affect the rest of the body?

…the nervous system controls and coordinates all the functions of the body and relates it to its environment…

– Gray’s Anatomy

Because Neuro Cranial Integration treatment allows the left and right brain hemispheres to rebalance and reintegrate in a profound way, the functioning of the central nervous system automatically improves.

The brain is the master regulator of every organ and hormone in the body. It communicates to the organs through the nerves. In fact, 80 percent of the nerves in your body originate in the base of the brain. These nerves extend down the spine and to all your organs. The job of your nervous system is to carry critical signals to your organs and back. If this function is compromised, so is your health.

Neuro Cranial Integration restores optimal signal transfer and function to your nerves and brain. With signal transfer and optimal functioning back on track, the body is then able to restore health and balance in all its aspects – structural or physical, mental and emotional.

It is often said that Neuro Cranial Integration “Triggers the Body’s Reset Button.®” What this means is that it releases (in some cases, restarts) the natural healing ability of the body.

 

How does the brain affect back pain?

Research shows that the spinal alignment follows the alignment of the cranial bones. When there is a mis-alignment of the cranial bones, this results in distortion of the spinal bones or vertebra.

The major portion of the nervous system is protected by the cranium (the 22 bones of the skull) and the vertebral bones. In addition, the brain and the spinal cord are covered in a tough material called the dura mater (translated from the Latin to mean, “tough mother”). It’s a membrane which acts as a durable sheath holding the brain hemispheres together and extending down the spine and body. It is attached at the base of the skull at the occiput bone, to the spine at the first two neck vertebra and to the sacrum or tailbone.

When the bones of the skull are misaligned or distorted, it causes an uneven pull on the dura mater, causing distortions (twisting) of the spine or subluxations. These subluxations tend to cause pain and interfere with normal nervous system flow and the enjoyment of life.

 

How does Neuro Cranial Integration feel?

Neuro Cranial Integration takes contractions out of the body, rebalances the cranial bones, brain hemispheres and vertebrae, and leaves the patient with a feeling of release.

The treatment lasts only two to three minutes. There is no jerking, thrusting or popping. Most people feel a stretching sensation or release, and an immediate sense of change.

The procedure can be performed on infants to geriatrics. Note: Many cranial problems occur at birth, so corrections early on can prevent years of suffering.

“I feel this loosening all the way down my back now and for two days afterward,” said Rich Campbell, bass player for the band, America. I sing the high notes and the way to make that happen is to have the neck and the back relaxed.”