WHAT IS CRANIAL FACIAL RELEASE (CFR)?
Cranial Facial Release (CFR) is able to unlock cranial fixations, creating mobility in the cranial bones and allowing them to expand and relax as they are designed to do so with breathing.
This relieves pressure on the suture joints of the cranium, facilitating endocrine function, increasing cranial circulation and cerebral spinal fluid flow and optimizing brain function.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
A tiny balloon is inserted through your nose into your nasopharynx, the opening between the nose and throat, and then quickly inflating it to open up the breathing passageways and mobilize the bones of the face and cranium.
IS IT PAINFUL?
It's a little uncomfortable, but it’s certainly not painful, in any case though, the whole process last 2-3 seconds.
It feels similar to the sensation of jumping in a pool and water going up your nose.
WHO IS IT RIGHT FOR?
- Breathing disorders
- Sleep apnea
- Deviated septum
- Migraine headaches
- Facial pain / Trigeminal Neuralgia
- Facial paralysis / Bell’s Palsy
- TMJ disorder
- Post-Concussion Syndrome
- Neurological disorders
- Craniometaphyseal dysplasia / Infantile skull deformities
- Children with learning disorders
CFR is a relatively new treatment and as such, research is still underway as to all of its possible applications and its effectiveness at treating each.
However, there have been over 80 specific disorders that this treatment could be helpful for, so in order to find out if CFR is right for you, you may want to book a consultation with Dr. Boris Nektalov to find out more.
HOW CONFIDENT CAN I BE THAT THIS TREATMENT WILL IMPROVE MY CONDITION?
Dr. Boris Nektalov will be able to give you some indication of whether CFR may be effective for improving your condition.
HOW MANY TREATMENTS WILL I REQUIRE AND HOW LONG DOES THE WHOLE PROCESS TAKE?
You will need a maximum of 4-5 treatments on separate days which will be carried out in 7-10 days.
IS IT SAFE?
Yes, this treatment has been thoroughly tested and proven to be completely safe.
IS IT COVERED BY MY INSURANCE?
This treatment is a fairly recent innovation, and therefore it's typically not covered by Health Insurance.
However, as compared with alternative treatments which often involve surgery and cost many thousands of dollars, it’s relatively cheap.
The entire process may only cost you as much as $995, which is much cheaper and safer than surgery.