Chronic Sinusitis and Breathing Difficulties
Nasal Release technique is a very effective procedure to do on people suffering from chronic sinusitis and breathing difficulties. I have seen my patients get better after 3 treatments. Inflating a finger cot in the nasal passages reduces pressure and pain, allowing increased sinus and nasal drainage. Ultimately the technique expands the nasal passages by adjusting the sutural restrictions in the skull. Unfortunately a theory developed in 1873 called the Munroe Kelly doctrine which proposed the notion that the skull fused in early childhood. This was disproved in the early 1970’s by Dr. John Upledger at Michigan State. Presently, this is still ignored by mainstream medicine. Osteopathic medical schools teach that there is movement in the cranial sutures. It is taught that abnormal cranial motion and function are related to pathophysiolgy.