Treatments and Techniques

Cranial Facial Release CFR

Dr. Jarembek has been certified CFR level 1+2 since 2015.

List of Conditions that May Respond Favorably to CFR Treatment:

 • Snoring                                     • Breathing Disorders
 • Sinus Conditions                     • TMJ Disorders
• Sleep Apnea                              • Trigeminal Neuralgia
• Migraine Headaches                • Facial Paralysis
• Head Trauma                            • Bell’s Palsy
• Post Concussion Syndrome    • Tinnitus
• Chronic Fatigue Syndrome      • Vertigo                                                                                                                                                                • Hearing Impairments                 • Seizures
• Strokes                                      • Neurological Disorders
• Insomnia                                   • Glaucoma
• Vision, Stigmatism                   • Epilepsy
• Autism                                       • Downs Syndrome
• Neurosis                                    • Parkinson’s Tremors
• Cerebral Palsy                          • Muscular Dystrophy
• Multiple Sclerosis

Cranial Facial Release

CFR is an advanced endo-nasal cranial technique that has been used quite successfully in the treatment of various neurological and structural disorders. It is a specialized technique that was derived from an earlier form of cranial treatment called Bilateral Nasal Specific (BNS) pioneered by Chiropractor Richard Stober in the 1970’s and 80’s. CFR was originated by Dr. Adam J. Del Torto, DC and is an offshoot of BNS techniques, but is much more specific and less invasive. The objective of CFR technique is to induce mobility in the cranial system – specifically the sphenoid bone – with the purpose of facilitating normal cranial respiratory function. The technique is performed by inserting tiny balloons in the nose (specifically the naso pharynx) then quickly inflating them to mobilize the cranial bones. It feels very similar to the sensation experienced when one jumps into a swimming pool and gets water up their nose.

This information comes from www.CranialFacialRelease.com.

The whole procedure takes about 2 to 3 seconds, and it consists a series of 4 treatments over a 7-10 day period.

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Patients who seek CFR treatment

 

Usually are people who have been through the medical gamut and are looking for an alternative non-drug/non-surgical approach to wellness! Most of these people have suffered a great deal, and they are tired of being sick and drug-dependent. CFR has worked where conventional forms of treatment have failed. While the primary objective of CFR is to open the nasal passages and mobilize the cranial bones to improve breathing, some patient may also experience decrease symptoms of other disorders

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