Jesse explains it and ABC, meningeal releases and more....
Thought you might like this from someone asking about EndoNasal.
It is only a bit technical in one part of the explanation.
Many people think the endonasal is a thing in itself. That is only true if you do not know about correcting the bones out of place that the body cannot self-correct as THE basic and most important factor.
The other issue is knowing about the meningeal releases. Most people think MRs are a thing in itself. That is not really true. The fact of the matter is that the meningeal releases are only important because they hold bones out of place in a direction the body cannot self-correct. The MRs are not important because they stick to the cord and create tension on the nerves and brain and all that.
Yes that occurs but, that is AFTER the bones go out of place in a direction the body cannot self-correct and the cord is already stretched. It is then, after the bones are out of place and the cord is stretched, that the meningeal adhesions occur and fix the bones and cord in those dysfunctional positions.
That is why if you do not do Meningeal Releases (and the way ABC™ teaches - see below) you will never fix people. And, it is why you need to use dots each time on the AMR (Anterior Meningeal Release) to make sure you get the angles exactly right. Not getting the angles exactly right causes pain on the maneuver AND, will not get the meninges released.
If you do have the correct angles, are on the correct side it will not hurt. No exceptions, call if you think you have one.
Now to the main point for this discussion on EndoNasal, most of what happens in the head results from the tension on the meninges from adhesions in the spine. Those are stuck and pull on the head bones. Therefore, most, not all but most of what happens in most people's heads are part of the compensation pattern. The lower body ABC™ ends up handling more head and sinus etc. problems than practitioners imagine.
On the other hand, if you have done the protocol properly and the person needs bones in the head moved because they are primary problems nothing else will do. But, you must do only the primary ones. See below on what happens if you move the others.
The reason there is so much of an effect is the nature of leverage in the body. Breig goes into it in your Manual II but the short story is that leverage goes down the skull and spine in magnifying effects. However, stretch on the lower spine does not go up much at all until you get above the apex of the thoracic kyphosis. There is a lot of math (engineering equations for transmission of force in nonlinear directions) as well as the magnified effects of dissipation of the force because the diameter of the meningeal sheath is not only larger but then multiplied by Pi (for size or mass of meninges). So, it is force divided by two times Pi just on the basis of size and thickness of the meninges but because the diameter of the sheath is about twice the diameter of the cervical spine you have to divide even again by Pi when you consider the transmission of the force by itself even if the meninges were somehow magically the same mass as above.
This is why those idiots who tell you that you can do the Meningeal Releases by getting the person in position and just flex the pelvis to stretch the meninges are so wrong about it and why their patients never pop upright by themselves with no effort and never get anywhere near the results you get when you follow the ABC™ protocol as it is taught and in the manuals.
For this discussion about the head and EndoNasal Cranial Correction:
In the end you are left with, if the person has head stuff, you have to run the entire ABC™ protocol.
Either the head stuff will be handled by the lower body ABC™ portion protocol or needing ABC™ EndoNasal to directly change the positions of the head bones.
In either case you have to handle both, the head and the lower body, because leaving lower body bones out of place will virtually always create pull on the meninges (from adhesions or even without adhesions) that goes up into the head (see Breig's physical experiments conclusively demonstrating this). That pull on the meninges going up into the head twists the bones and makes it virtually impossible to test and find out which portion of the cranial correction is needed. You will see this during the ABC™ EndoNasal Cranial Correction course.
Therefore, you really have no choice but to learn and do everything.
In general most people do not realize that once you know about bones out of place in a direction the body cannot self-correct all your choices in treating bodies for structural problems are gone. Why?
It is because the bones out of place that the body CAN self-correct but does not are part of the compensation pattern.
If you treat them, at best the body will just reset the compensation. At worst the body will not be able to reset the compensation and you will get more twisted up even if it relieves pain in one spot by shifting the pressure to some other part of the body which, given time, will then get worse.
This is the explanation for almost all those treatments by chiros and others that work well but do not hold and keep returning -- They are working on a compensation that the body needs to reset and wasting your time and your money treating them.
The ONLY other factor is things people do Sitting, Sleeping, Standing to reset their body's problems but even those do not quite have the same effect once you start treating the bones that are out of place that the body cannot self-correct.
Things are both more complicated from a;
what is happen to the body point-of-view
and more simple from a;
what do I need to treat point-of view. Again, why?
Because even will all these factors and, there are many more than can easily be accounted for or counted, what you have to do is:
• Find the bones out of place that the body cannot self-correct because it has no muscles or combination of muscles that can pull in the direction needed to self-correct the position of that bone --
• Then, having found them, you need to correct the positions of those bones the best you can ( you will not be able to correct all of them in one day or even completely correct the positions of many of the ones you find in one day because of all the interlocking stress patterns but you can do unbelievably well which is why people's bodies are upright with no effort even after the first visit.)
•Then you need to wait for the body to unwind (or untwist) and correct the things it can self-correct as much as it can, as well as unlock some of the compensation pattern until it runs into the next set of bones out of place that the body cannot self-correct -- which it will do because you have corrected a bunch and the body is more stable and so needs to compensate less.
Once that happens, usually hours to a day later, you can again find the bones that are out of place... and so on.
You will find that treating people this way for a few months has them doing things they have not been able to do in decades, literally. No excuses. If you do not find this with your clients, call me and complain. Practitioners are astonished that I can almost always get them to fix people over the phone because bodies are really very predictable when you have the basics of what can go wrong.
|Ava - 12 days old - getting adjusted by Jesse Jutkowitz. Yes, even newborns need to get aligned to ensure the nervous system is working at its best.|