There has been definite movement in my cranial bones. My palate has definitely moved forward.
(Keep in mind, I was kicked in the face by a horse at around age 4 or 5.
Day 2: Hillary Lampers had to use the endonasal balloons on both the right and left side. The right side of my face and head is compressed, which has decompressed some. There's still a tad, because the right eyebrow is still lower than the other, and my ears are still off center. But guess what? NO headache of ANY kind!
The cranial bones will continue to move anywhere from 2 to 8 weeks, while my spine continues to unwind.
Day 3: Both sides treated again, but this time in a different passage in the sinuses. There are three passage ways on each side, so the tests determine which side or both, and also which passage on a particular side. It's a weird feeling still, but not as painful as some people make it out to me. Or maybe I've had pain for so long that I have a high tolerance.
I got to see the Pacific Ocean for the first time ever on my Day 2. So this is a pic of us below. We both have a mutual friend in the area, so we drove there to spend a whole day with her, and she is the lady on the left.
(Excuse the no makeup on me, but it was rainy, I just got out of NCR prior to the drive.)
Day 4 will be posted as soon as I get back home, as my laptop will be packed back up.