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EndoNasal Cranial Correction™

by Advanced BioStructural Correction™

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ABC EndoNasal Cranial Correction™ (ECC) is a treatment protocol used to correct cranial bone displacements that are stuck in a direction that the body cannot self-correct. Cranial corrections result not only in the relief of residual tension around the skull but changes in the entire body.

Why ABC EndoNasal Cranial Correction™

The human body works as a synchronized unit with all parts working together at the same time so that change to one area of the body brings about changes in other areas.1Video Source:

When an area of the body gets misaligned or injured, suffering discomfort, the body instinctively puts up compensatory mechanisms in other areas of the body to cope with it.

Only Advanced BioStructural Correction™ has the methods to make an accurate determination of which bones are out of place in the direction the body cannot self-correct.

This targeted approach aims to correct only those misalignments required and NOT the compensations that the body can self-correct but does not.

When to consider EndoNasal Cranial Correction™

Cranial problems occur due to physical impacts on the skull from car accidents, bumping your head on the cupboard, assaults, sports injuries, etc.

Such impacts crush skull bones inward, creating tension at the sutures of the skull and the connective tissues underneath. 

Since the sutures connecting cranial bones are not completely fused, they can move out of place in a direction the body cannot self-correct.

EndoNasal Cranial Correction™ makes immediately noticeable changes for most people like deeper, more relaxed breathing, brighter eyes, and clearer thinking.

Below is a partial list of conditions that may be treated effectively with ABC EndoNasal Cranial Correction™ especially when applied in conjunction with Advanced BioStructural Correction™:

Alzheimer’s – Anxiety and nervousness – Arthritis – Attention Deficit Disorder – Breathing disorders – Bursitis, hyperactivity – Autism – Cerebral palsy – Bipolar disorder – Depression – Concussion and other head injuries – Dystonia, Ear infection (acute and chronic otitis media) and deafness – Glaucoma – Double vision – Headaches – Head pressure and migraines – Heart conditions – Insomnia – Low energy (fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue) – Lymphatic circulation – TMD or TMJ – Multiple sclerosis and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s disease) – Muscular dystrophy – Muscle spasms – Neck and shoulder pain – Organ functioning – Orthodontic stress and bruxism (teeth grinding) – Osteoporosis – Parkinson’s disease and tremors – Polio – Poor concentration and focus – Rheumatism- Kyphosis – Lordosis – Scoliosis – Military spine and other structural problems – Seizures – Sinusitis – Sleep apnea – Snoring – Sinus disorders – Strokes – Thrombosis – Left hemisphere paresis – Tinnitus – Tuberculosis – Vertigo and other balance problems. (Source: ABCwebsite)

Why cranial problems develop

The skull is not one large bone but instead composed of 22 individual flat and irregular bones. Like the tectonic plates of Earth, these bones shift and flex slightly. This feature allows for a slight give in cases of trauma.

Continental destructive plate boundary

Just as the tectonic plates of Earth do, the skull bones can build areas of stress and pressure over time.

Pressure or distortion of the bones of the skull may manifest as any number of conditions like migraine headaches, sinus issues, jaw disorders (TMJ), facial asymmetry, ear infections and more.2Video source:

Those suffering from headaches, jaw pain (TMJ), neck pain, chronic sinus or nasal congestion and difficulty breathing often experience significant relief after the treatment.

How EndoNasal Cranial Correction™ works

  1. A simple analysis detects tension distortions at the sutures of the skull.
  2. According to the analysis, a small balloon is inserted into the sinus cavity and given quick inflation.
  3. The burst of pressure allows the bones of the skull to shift away from the points of pressure.
Illustration showing the anatomical structure of nose
Photo Source: Advanced Biostructural Correction™ International website
That’s it. No anesthesia or pain meds are used. Though the balloon insertion for some is initially uncomfortable, it is usually inconsequential to the often immediate relief of released pressure.

A typical session3Video Source: usually involves between one to three insertions, can be completed in under 20 minutes, and is best combined with regular Advanced BioStructural Correction™ treatments.