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CFR : Symptoms & Conditions

Diagrams of Normal Cranial Respiratory Motion

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Conditions that Respond Favorably to CFR Treatment:

                            • Breathing Disorders
                            • Sinus Conditions
                            • Snoring
                            • Sleep Apnea
                            • Migraine Headaches
                            • Head Trauma
                            • Post Concussion Syndrome
                            • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
                            • Trigeminal Neuralgia
                            • Facial Paralysis
                            • Bell's Palsy
                            • Tinnitus
                            • Vertigo
                            • Seizures
                            • Strokes
                            • Insomnia
                            • TMJ Disorders
                            • Learning Disorders
                            • Attention Deficit Disorder
                            • Neurological Disorders
                            • Emotional Disorders
                            • Hearing Impairments
                            • Vision, Stigmatism
                            • Glaucoma
                            • Anxiety
                            • Autism
                            • Depression
                            • Neurosis
                            • Epilepsy
                            • Downs Syndrome
                            • Cerebral Palsy
                            • Multiple Sclerosis
                            • Muscular Dystrophy
                            • Parkinson's Tremors
"It is important to note that CFR is not directed at the treatment of any one specific disease or disorder. It's primary objective is to mobilize the cranial bones, unlock cranial fixations, open the breathing passage ways, facilitate cerebral spinal fluid flow, increase vasular flow to and venous drainage from the cranium, and optimize brain function. This often times improves symptoms related to various neurological disorders."

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