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Laurie

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Having suffered for over a year with hyperacusis, I finally found relief with cranial Facial Release treatment.  I can be in the kitchen with my husband, I can go to a Trader Joes without being terrified that someone would ring the bell, I could actually go a restaurant with a glass top if I were going to restaurants. This has been a miracle for me and I wanted to share.  My chiropractor is in Galt, CA, but you can Google to find one in other areas

Would be happy to talk with ahyone who has an interest


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please do tell us more, I love having cranial sacral treatment done and fortunately we have a couple of excellent ones who have helped me a lot with injuries etc. near us. but tell us more?!


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Laurie

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My chiropractor told me that if he could not solve my issue, he would find someone who could.  He thought that if all he had done didn’t work that it had to be cranial.  He contacted Dr DelToro in Burbank, who trains professionals in Cranial Facial Release. He had trained Dr Doxie who is closer to home for me.  Dr Doxie had never treated for hyperacusis, but I was desperate.  This condition was negatively affecting every aspect of my life.
you can see online how it’s done and how it works.  Having a balloon inserted up your nose and then inflated is not pleasant, but not painful and it’s over quickly.  All I can say is that I’m back to my normal life (as normal as pandemic
life is)
Medicare  did not cover this.  I had about 10 treatments at $100 each. Worth every cent.


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