Neuro Cranial Integration Easily Adaptable For All Patients Into Your Practice

Neuro Cranial Integration Easily Adaptable For All Patients Into Your Practice

Neuro Cranial Integration (NCi) has been designed for the practitioner to easily modify and adapt to their office and use with many patients. We can draw upon our clinical experience and those of our practitioners that many different types of patients have benefited from NCi. Acute or chronic, young or old, musculoskeletal or non-musculoskeletal complaints, pain or non-pain complaints – all have benefited from NCi.

 

Why is Neuro Cranial Integration Treatment Different?

There is no doubt that NCi is different from other techniques in terms of its theoretical and philosophical underpinnings and in the application and hands-on approach of NCi.

Using a Heart Rate Variability instrument (a technology that allows for the measurement of the Autonomic Nervous System), we are able to demonstrate the effects of NCi in two ways:

  1. There is innate intelligence in the body and
  2. Positive changes occur in the Autonomic Nervous System that is conducive to health.

NCi is able to affect the Central and Peripheral Nervous System by “Unleashing the Brain’s Healing Power,” if you will. We dare say that NCi provides the practitioner  a way to achieve this in a unique way that may not be accessible with spinal manipulation or soft tissue techniques. We do not minimize the miraculous effects of the adjustment or the benefits of other forms of manual therapy.

 

We wish to emphasize that NCi is unique in its approach and may augment what you currently provide for your patients. There is an emphasis by some “cranial techniques” to work on the cranium to affect the rest of the body. NCi works on the dura to affect not only the cranium but also the rest of the Nervous System. Through the dura’s connection with the cranial bones and the spine, a craniospinal balance can be achieved with NCi. Research shows that the cranial bones align in direct relationship to “tension” on the dura. As an example, consider the practitioners that care for children with plagiocephally. Direct manual work upon the sutures and the fontanelles to influence cranial molding may be augmented by affecting the dura through NCi.

 

The Unique Hands-On Approach and Application of NCi

We train the individual practitioner to perform NCi according to their physical attributes and adapt the technique to the uniqueness of every patient’s anatomy and clinical presentation. There is no “one-way” of doing NCi. Furthermore, NCi has been designed for the practitioner to easily modify and adapt to their office and with different patients.

We can draw upon our clinical experience and those of our practitioners that many different types of patients have benefited from NCi. Acute or chronic, young or old, musculoskeletal or non-musculoskeletal complaints, pain or non-pain complaints – all have benefited from NCi.