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Dr. Ben Eversage comes twice a year to do NeuroCranial Restructuring. The dates are May 21 – 24.


NeuroCranial Restructuring is the newest and most powerful therapy in physical medicine. NCR is a cumulative manipulation process involving controlled release of the body’s connective tissue and meningeal tensions-resulting from traumas-to unwind the body and its bony structures and return it to its original and optimal design. NCR utilizes careful analysis of the body’s proprioception (patterns of balance) to determine the precise areas of the skull needing to be unlocked during each day’s treatment.


There are four things that distinguish NCR from other body work techniques:

1) In NCR, We Do Not Adjust Anteriorities. The big mistake that chiropractors make is adjusting, or pushing, vertebrae forward. This forward direction of a vertebrae is in the anterior direction; therefore, we call it an anteriority. When a chiropractor lays you face down, prone, on a table and drives all of your vertebrae forward he is doing you great harm. Why? Because he is pushing your vertebrae in a direction that the body cannot self-correct.

When a vertebra goes out of alignment there are muscles in the body that can pull it up, down, sideways, forward, or in rotation. But, there are no muscles in the body that can pull a vertebrae backwards once it has gone forward. Therefore, your chiropractor is creating problems that weren’t there before. This is the way that chiropractors have been taught for the last 100 years and it is plain wrong! . . .

2) In NCR, We Do Not Adjust Compensations. In NCR, we only adjust things that the body cannot self-correct. When we have an injury and it results in a PBP, Primary Biomechanical Pathology, the body will attempt to maintain homeostasis, or balance. Often, the body cannot fully correct this malposition of the vertebrae or body part by itself and needs outside help to do so. When the body cannot fully correct an injury by itself, it will create a compensation. . . . When a vertebrae goes out of alignment, the body will attempt to maintain balance by misaligning another vertebrae to counterbalance the original injury or defect.

In NCR, we don’t address compensations, we only adjust the main problem, the PBP, and the body will take care of the compensations itself. When a chiropractor adjusts everything he finds, he takes out the body’s compensations and doesn’t adjust the primary biopathologies. Now, the body has to either create new compensations or put back the old ones that the chiropractor took out. The same is true for massage therapy or Atlasprofilax or any technique that doesn’t address the causal problem but only assuages the symptom or compensation. When you don’t go to cause but only deal on the level of the effect, then the body does not heal but remains stuck on the level of the problem. . . .

The “hold your adjustment” chiropractor is trying to “cure” you, whereas we are trying to “heal” you. You can only heal if you work with the body and not against it. The body wants to unwind. It doesn’t want to just “stay in place”. . . .

3) In NCR, We Adjust The Bones of The Head To Unlock The Cranium. When I went through chiropractic school, we were repeatedly told that chiropractors are the “nerve doctors” and that, in effect, we were functional neurologists. To me, that didn’t make complete sense because 80% of the nervous system is in the head, and only 20% of the nervous system is in the spine. Since chiropractors only adjust from C-1, or the atlas, down, then they are really only dealing with 20% of the nervous system. I always wondered “if we are the nerve doctors then why aren’t we adjusting the head?”.

Luckily, I found NCR and further improved on it. In the ERT phase of NCR, we use endonasal balloons inserted into the nasal conchae to indirectly adjust the sphenoid bone. The sphenoid bone is really the first atlas. It determines how the atlas beneath it will sit and move in space. . . . Over time, the endonasal balloons incrementally move the cranial bones and gradually correct a mis-happen head.

4) In NCR, We Do Not Believe That Just Adjusting the Atlas Will Take Care of Everything. Just adjusting the atlas and believing that everything below it and above it will self-correct and align is ludicrous. The head is heavy. It is like a ten-pound bowling ball sitting on top of a flexible cue stick. If the cranium is distorted, off balance and off center and generally locked up; how is the atlas, which it is sitting on, going to stay in place? Atlas doctors and those who do Atlasprofilax like to say that they are putting the atlas in the “correct” position. Well, if the occiput, which is sitting on top of the atlas, is not in the correct position and is generally distorted, then how is the atlas going to stay put? It is like having a foundation for a house not directly under the house. If the house is hanging off of the foundation then how is the foundation not going to be affected? As above, so below. When you get the cranium corrected through NCR then everything below it starts to unwind, heal and go into proper position. In this context, the atlas is in compensation to the cranium. The atlas is not the primary problem, it is a compensation.

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You will receive one session four days in a row.

The cost for the 4 sessions:
Adults – $650
Children – $450

This is definitely an opportunity you don’t want to miss!

We’re here to help YOU!
Amy Willis MH, CTN

About the Author

Amy Willis M.H., CTN

Master Herbalist, Board Certified Naturopath
Amy is the Owner and Founder of Herbs4You. She is a Master Herbalist from the School of Natural Healing, and Board Certified Naturopath from the American Naturopathic Medical Association. Amy has 30 years experience with herbs and 15 years experience muscle testing.