Endo-Nasal Cranial Correction
EndoNasal Cranial Correction uses a small medical balloon, which is inserted into one of the six nasal conchae, depending on what is needed. The balloon is then inflated to separate and move the cranial bones into a more aligned position.
Everyone can benefit from EndoNasal Cranial Correction, but certain conditions particularly respond to EndoNasal Cranial Correction, they include but are in no way limited to:
• Concussion and other head injuries
• Ear Infection
• Vertigo and other balance problems
• Sinus Disorders
• Military spine and other structural problems
How does Endo-Nasal Cranial Correction work? How can it help with my recovery?
Dr. Jeff Aberle explains how Endo-Nasal Cranial Correction works and how it gives fast results for many of the symptoms listed above.