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Hearing Loss and Ear Infections helped with Endonasal Cranial Adjusting by Dr Adam Fields, Chiropractor San Jose

When it comes to Endonasal Cranial Adjusting, hearing loss and ear infection overlap in their explanation.  Thank you for looking and I pray that this leads to your healing.

 People who experience improvement in their hearing have had loss from two causes:

            Impingement of the auditory nerve.

            Chronic congestion of the middle ear and Eustachian tube.

Impingement of the auditory nerve. The auditory nerve goes through the temporal bone on its way into the brain. With Endonasal Cranial Adjusting the relative dynamic positioning of the temporal bones and changed to their more ideal state.  There is, then, less tension on the auditory nerve and help for those with hearing loss.  It seems quite amazing, but I have witnessed this many times in my office.           

Chronic congestion of the middle ear and Eustachian tube.  Many of these individuals have congestion of the Eustachian tubes. Endonasal Cranial Adjusting changes the relative positions of the bones, resulting in an opening of the eustachian tube and better drainage of the middle ear. This decreases the pressure of the mucus against the eardrum, resulting in greater sensitivity of hearing. 

Many seniors have reported to me that their spouse no longer complains that they need the television volume increased after treatments.  Now, if your hearing loss is due to exposure to loud sounds you will not get you hearing improved with cranial adjusting.

Hearing Loss Helped…

“My hearing loss had gotten pretty bad and I thought it was just old Hearing Helped with Endonasal Balloon Cranial Adjusting - Dr Fieldsage.  I mentioned it to Dr Fields on one of our  chiropractic appointments and he suggested adjusting my skull with a balloon.  We did one series of treatments and my hearing is back 100% in my right ear and 75% in the left.  I do not need to have the TV volume up high anymore and “what?” is no longer my most popular word.  Thanks Dr Fields!”
Ray Ventura – San Jose, CA