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Patient Testimony for Nasal Release Technique

Thanks so much for the chance to share my story! I sustained a significant head injury in 2020 after falling on ice, hitting the back of my head on concrete and losing consciousness for about 30 minutes.  Post-concussion recovery involved a lot of rest and slow return to work, screen time and daily activities.  After…

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ZOOM classes

My ZOOM classes for Nasal Release Technique have been going really well. Covid forced me to change directions and as a result of this I have found out that this is a much more effective and easier way to get this very important information out. The technique is amazingly effective for concussion patients who have…

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Testimonial from one of my students

 I was treating a patient with an old head trauma who brought in his cousin to watch the process but also see if I could treat him as well. This cousin has been told he snores and wondered if I could help him. I did the treatment and he told my patient on the way…

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What You Should Know about Anoxic and Hypoxic Brain Injury

Hypoxic-anoxic injury, known as HAI, is what happens when the flow of oxygen to the brain is interrupted. This lack of oxygen starves the brain and prevents it from functioning properly. Hypoxic is a reduction of oxygen to the brain and anoxic is a total lack of oxygen to the brain. Although this type of brain…

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Preventing Head Injuries

Sometimes a simple bump can cause a lifetime of struggle and pain. Even mild injuries to the brain can cause a concussion and lead to complications.

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Symptoms of a Brain Injury

A serious brain injury will have very noticeable symptoms right from the time of injury. Let’s explore the mild symptoms first because they’re often ignored.

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Complications From Brain Injuries

Someone who experiences a brain injury may also deal with sensory issues. They may feel dizzy and struggle with balance and hand-eye coordination. Blurry vision is a common complication.

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