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Module V: Cranial System & Brain

  • Type I dysfunctions: parietal, frontal, occipital, zygoma, maxilla, mandible

  • Osseous compression of cranial and maxilo-facial bones 

  • Fascial Fulcrums Fulcrums for cranial and maxilo-facial sutures

  • Bone compression dysfunction (frontal, parietal, occipital, temporal, jaw) and distraction (frontal, parietal, occipital, temporal, jaw, zygoma, maxilla, and sphenoid)

  • Adhesions of dura, arachnoid and pia mater

  • The “facial sacrum”: MET for temporal, zygoma, maxilla

  • Fascial Fulcrums for the Gear Complex: cribiform plate, ethmoid, vomer, maxilla, palatines

  • Fascial Compression Reflexes (arteries, veins, nerves), for the cranial diaphragm, cramium, head, face, eyes, ears, nose, mouth, jaw, neck

  • Fascial Fulcrum for for the eardrum, Eustachian tube, ossicles of the inner ear

  • Craneofascial Foramen Pressure Release

  • Fascial Fulcrums to improve cerebrospinal fluid, flow, choroid plexus, cranial fluid pressure

  • Balancing the brain with the midline

  • Postural reflexes: integrating the vestibular mechanism with the head, neck, trunk, pelvis, sacrum, and extremities 

  • Advanced Fascial Fulcrums for cerebral blood flow 

  • Myo-functional exercises for the tongue/mouth and for the sense

  •  Physiological motilities: sphenobasilar, cribiform plate, ethmoid, vomer, ethmoid-vomer, maxilla, maxilla-ethmoid/vomer, maxillary-cribiform plate, lobes of the brain

  • Regulatory Reflex Points: neuronal plasticity, memory, conus medularis, tentorium cerebellum, brain stem, vision, smell, hearing, intracranial membrane space, cranial interosseous decompression, orbital suture, parietal lift, vomer / ethmoid / maxilla, limbic discharge, depression, separate vestibular mechanism/ sphenoid, medial subluxation of the lvestibular mechanism, cochlea, semicircular canals, sphenobasilar joint, cranial nerves VII and VIII, intraosseous decompression, attention, concentration, cognition, comprehension, reading

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