Welcome to Nasal Release Technique:

Improving Breathing and Quality of Life

Are you struggling with sleep apnea, headaches, migraines, or other forms of sleep disorder breathing that can present as insomnia? Do you experience face and jaw pain or suffer from concussions? Nasal Release Technique might be the solution you've been searching for.

What is Nasal Release Technique?

Nasal Release Technique is a series of treatments designed to alleviate various conditions affecting the nasal cavity and surrounding areas. This gentle and non-invasive procedure aims to open up the nasal passages, making breathing easier and improving overall well-being.

How It Works:

Using a specialized tool consisting of a finger cot attached to a blood pressure bulb, our practitioners carefully insert it into the nasal passages. Lubrication ensures your comfort throughout the process. As the bulb inflates the cot, you may feel gentle pressure in the nose and inside the head. This technique is repeated in different nasal sections to impact different head bones such as maxilla, zygomatic and sphenoid bone.


The movement of the skull bones profoundly impacts various bodily functions. By restoring the sphenoid bone's ability to move fully, Nasal Release Technique can enhance eye movement due to 5 of 6 eye muscles attached to it. aid in recovery from accidents and injuries, and improve airflow through the nose. Additionally, it promotes sinus and lymphatic drainage of the entire head.

Indications and Symptoms:

Nasal Release Technique has shown to help a wide range of conditions, including:

  • Sleep apnea, snoring,sinusitis, and other breathing disorders
  • Concussions 
  • Jaw pain
  • Vertigo
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Chronic pain
  • Neck pain
  • Ringing in the ears (tinnitus)
  • Whiplash

Safety Considerations

As with any medical procedure, there are contraindications and potential side effects to consider. People with bleeding disorders, taking anticoagulant medications, history of nasal or facial bone surgery should be cautiousRare cases of asthma attacks have been reported, so asthma patients should have inhalers on hand. Our practitioners conduct thorough medical history checks to identify contraindications and ensure your safety.

Potential Side Effects:

Possible side effects include 

  • Nosebleeds 
  • Minor soreness
  • Tenderness in nasal passages
  • Tingling in maxillary incisors, gum soreness, and occasional headaches. 
  • Temporary throat irritation due to increased sinus drainage may also occur. 

If you're seeking relief from sleep disorders, headaches, or other related conditions, Nasal Release Technique could be the answer. Contact us today to learn more and schedule an assessment. Breathe easier and live better with Nasal Release Technique.