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Neural balance techniques (HNC) and osteopathy

Neural balance techniques can always be very helpful when something has "got out of step". The core of neural balance treatment is HNC therapy (human neuro cybrainetics).

HNC is the result of decades of research into the functioning and control circuits of the human body by the Neuronal Organization Technology (NOT). Reflexes, muscles, bones, trigger points and other areas are very gently stimulated or corrected. In addition, elements from other treatment techniques, which can achieve very positive effects in their own right ( acupressure, chiropractic, craniosacral therapy, sacrooccipital therapy SOT, etc.) are included in the treatment. HNC can achieve a synergistic, often surprisingly fast and effective therapeutic success using this unique combination of techniques.

What symptoms can neural balance techniques influence?

Osteopathy applied to a patient - kurimed clinicThe range of applications of neural balance techniques is varied. The following are some areas of application in which neural balance techniques have been shown to have a positive effect. These statements are not recognized scientifically, this is purely experientially based. If you are unsure as to whether your symptoms can be positively affected by neural balancing techniques, please do not hesitate to contact us, we will be happy to advise you without any obligation.

  • Problems with the musculoskeletal system
  • Cardiovascular complaints
  • Stress symptoms including sleep disorders, burn-out syndrome, etc.
  • Pain problems (headache, musculoskeletal pain, etc.)
  • Allergies and intolerances
  • Learning difficulties, perceptual and developmental disorders
  • motor problems, coordination difficulties, partly also neurological complaints.
  • Problems with the immune system
  • Autoimmune problems
  • Hormonal imbalances
  • Mental complaints

 

How long does a treatment with neural balancing techniques take?

The duration and frequency of necessary treatments, as with all therapies, depend on the nature and severity of the condition. For many complaints, it takes three to five treatments to reverse the tension signals in different areas. Depending on the symptoms, this may be sufficient, or other treatments specific to the complaint may be indicated.

A single treatment usually takes between 60 and 90 minutes.

How do neural balancing techniques and hnc work?

We are all exposed to a variety of influences. These range from stresses in everyday life (such as high demands in the workplace, in the family, etc.), to other stress factors (such as the intake of pollutants from the environment, nutrition, etc.), allergic dispositions and many others, up to traumatic experiences, accidents and similar. Our nervous system filters, processes and stores all these experiences and influences. The body reacts differently, depending on the stimulus.

Today, we are still reacting according to evolutionary patterns: when danger arises, our nervous system either wants to defend us or take us to safety by running away. So a “fight or flight” reflex, or both simultaneously, is triggered. Our nervous system responds to many things as threats, which we do not necessarily perceive as such at the rational level: it responds to an unpleasant conversation with the boss with a similar but suppressed escape or combat response as to an actual physical attack.

However, since we usually do not run away in such situations as the unpleasant conversation with our boss, or "answer with our fists" to our counterpart, this escape or fight reflex remains like a kind of "unfinished business" in our system. Over time, these "unfinished business" tasks gather like people in a queue at the supermarket's only open cash register.

This may mean that, subconsciously, for example, we constantly receive signals internally to grit our teeth for a fight, protect our heads, flex our muscles for "punching", or else turn around and run away. The corresponding muscles are then “readied for action”, increase their basic tension and stand by to carry out the corresponding activity, to fight or flee. As this activity ceases and new tension signals are constantly being sent to the muscles, the basic tension of the muscles increases again, which is sometimes physically noticeable through "tension" or other symptoms.

The result can often be other symptoms that we do not initially associate directly with stress or tension. For example, high blood pressure or pain symptoms, but also problems in the musculoskeletal system and many others may have their cause in these subconscious controls of our body.

For a time, the body can usually compensate for this. Over the years, or as a result of individual stronger influences, however, a point may be reached where "the bucket is overflowing" and symptoms of illness appear. Here, the triggering event may be something that we would ordinarily classify as trivial. The risk assessment of our subconscious mind often sees this completely differently. With the help of neural balancing techniques, we can now specifically intervene in misdirected control circuits of the body and correct these.

Using muscle testing similar to the kinesiology test, we identify which regulatory circuits and muscles in the body are blocked and give the body the appropriate "information" to reverse it. Due to the extremely fast signal speed of our nervous system, information entering the body via neural balancing techniques is converted extremely quickly. Very often this is experienced by the patient as a great relief.