About Nasal Release Technique
We are passionate about bringing these articles, therapist directories, and treatment technique videos to you because we know that some people do not find success in mainstream Physical Therapy—some of you have been walking around with a headache for five years. Some are constantly dizzy and foggy, trying to regain mental clarity. There are practitioners that have the skills to meet your needs. Explore what Conquer Concussion has to offer you—a wealth of alternative and therapy techniques that could change your situation.
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Conquer Concussion was developed by Cynthia Stein, PT, MEd to educate the public about treatments for concussion. Cynthia invested her time and resources into extensive training in a variety of alternative techniques. These techniques include craniosacral therapy, myofascial release, nasal release technique, lymphatic drainage and Pulsed Electromagnetic Frequency (PEMF). Concussion is a multifaceted problem which requires close monitoring. The goal in treatment is to assist the release of the forces that have gone into the skull which allows better nourishment to the brain.
The NEXT Conference and Exposition is the largest conference of its kind for the American Physical Therapy Association. Held in Orlando from June 27 to June 30, 2017, Cynthia Stein, M.Ed., PT has been asked to speak about the structural techniques for concussion treatment. The 90-minute presentation from Conquer Concussion at the NEXT Conference and…
I had the opportunity to teach two wonderful Nasal Release Technique classes in California!
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Welcome to ConquerConcussion.com, a treatment, resource and training center designed to educate patients and health care practitioners on alternative treatments for concussion.
This site will demonstrate Nasal Release Technique — a very effective procedure for the lingering symptoms of concussion.