Neurological Release Technique (NRT)

Neurological Release Technique (NRT) is a non-invasive technique that releases the tension in the ‘Meninges” of the spinal cord, thus releasing internal irritation to nerve fibers.

The meninges are the protective coating that surrounds the spinal cord which acts as a direct conduit from the brain to the nerves.  In essence, the meninges consist of three protective layers that incase the cerebrospinal fluid.  The meninges are well protected and until this technique, virtually impossible to alter.  NRT works by changing the pressure on the meninges at the only place available.  By applying extremely light pressure, via a special set of tools or my fingers, NRT effectively can “reboot” a malfunctioning meningeal system, caused by trauma or stress.  This has been shown to be most evident with autoimmune disease conditions, where there are no known cures.  With NRT applied correctly virtually ALL autoimmune diseases can be corrected, providing they are not caused by a true organic or genetic issue (which is extremely rare).

When you have had physical or emotional traumas (stress), tension can build upThe Meninges surround the vertebral column. at the base of your skull and can pull on the meninges, which are not that flexible.  Meninges are attached to all the nerve roots that exit your spine.  When the meninges are pulled it could irritate those nerves.

NRT releases the tension in the meninges thus releasing the irritation to the nerves.

When your nerves are irritated you may experience many symptoms because nerves control every function of your body.

The vast majority of health problems other than infectious diseases could be stress and neurological in nature.

Over the years, I have found that NRT works wonders on most chronic conditions as well like: body pains, arthritis symptoms, migraines, forgetfulness, insomnia, fatigue, irritability, digestive disorders, nervousness, anxiousness or moodiness, etc.  I am finding more and more applications for NRT over time and with experience.

Migraines

Migraines are severe debilitating headaches that can last anywhere from 4 to 72 hours.  There are many different reasons for migraines, from hormonal imbalances and diet, to environmental allergens and seasonal changes.

Migraines can be the result of a direct cause or be a symptom of another condition or syndrome.  The severe headaches can be located anywhere in the head and can have the feeling of stabbing, throbbing or stinging.  They can be accompanied with visions of flashes of light or tingling in the arms or legs.

Some people get migraines only once in their lifetime, while others have migraines several times a month.

Accompanying symptoms of migraines can include light sensitivity and nausea with or without vomiting.

CFS (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome)

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) describes CFS as a distinct disorder with specific symptoms and physical signs, based on ruling out other possible causes.  So like Fibromyalgia, CFS is ‘diagnosis by exclusion.’

The exact cause of CFS is unknown, but may be caused by inflammation along the nervous system and that this inflammation may be some sort of immune response or process.

The most common symptoms of CFS are chronic and debilitation fatigue, muscle aches, joint pain and headaches.  The symptoms can come on within a few hours or days and last for 6 months or more.

Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s disease is a degenerative disorder of the central nervous system. It results from the death of dopamine-containing cells of the brain.  The cause of cell-death is unknown.

Early in the course of the disease, the most obvious symptoms are movement-related, including shaking, rigidity, slowness of movement and difficulty with walking and gait.

Later, cognitive and behavioral problems may arise, with dementia commonly occurring in the advanced stages of the disease. Other symptoms include sensory, sleep and emotional problems.

Lyme Disease

Lyme disease is an inflammatory disease spread through a tick bite that is infected with the bacterium.

The first symptoms resemble the flu and include chills, fever, headaches, fatigue and muscle pain.  If treated with antibiotics at this stage further complications can be avoided.

If not treated, the symptoms of advanced stage Lyme disease include decreased concentration, memory disorders, nerve damage, numbness, pain, paralysis of the face muscle, sleep disorders and vision problems.

Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis is an inflammatory auto-immune disease that attacks and destroys the autonomic nervous system.  The myelin sheath that covers the nerves is attacked and scarred.

Symptoms vary and episodes can last for days, weeks or months.  These episodes alternate with periods of remission.

Because nerves in any part of the brain or spinal cord may be damaged, patients with multiple sclerosis can have many different symptoms in many different parts of the body.  Symptoms can include loss of balance, muscle spasms, numbness, tingling, coordination problems, walking issues, tremors, weakness, constipation, urinary issues, vision issues, facial pain, decreased attention span, poor judgment, memory loss, reasoning difficulties, hearing loss, slurred speech, difficult chewing and swallowing to name a few.

There is no cure for multiple sclerosis.

NRT does not cure diseases and disorders; it just helps provide relief of the symptoms.