Removing Cranial Dural Stress Patterns through the Sutural System

In the first year of life the brain grows 101%. The sutural system is designed to allow for this growth process. By the end of the second year the groundwork for sutural system is established. When talking about human potential this is the timeframe when chiropractic care can give the child a chance to reach their optimum potential. How would you like to have the techniques to positively affect the growth and development of the cranial sutural system? Isn't this what chiropractic is all about, optimizing potential?

This video set demonstrates the original sutural correction protocol taught by Major DeJarnette, it was a seven step process. All seven steps are taught in step-by-step demonstrations. You will learn how to seamlessly, incorporate them into your practice.

Changing the cranial sutural mechanics affects TMJ function, the dural meningeal system, and head posture and pelvic stability. Learning to make corrections to this system will enhance your ability to correct aberrant postural, meningeal, neurological, and structural imbalances in your patients.

PDF workbook included.

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