What is HNC?
HNC is a combination of several known methods such as a gentle form of chiropractic, cranio-sacral techniques, traditional Chinese medicine, kinesiology, osteopathy, and NOT (Neural Organization Technique) developed by Dr. Carl Ferreri (USA). Since 1998 the Neural Organization Technique was further developed by Clemens Künstner, an alternative health practitioner, and has since become a very popular alternative treatment method in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
How Does HNC Work?
Nowadays we’re all exposed to a large number of different environmental factors like stress, accidents, injuries, operations and environmental influences, to name a few. Our body, especially our central nervous system, is by nature so equipped that it makes it possible to compensate for the stress factors for a long time. In the long term, however, the central nervous system can be overloaded in today's modern world, which often times manifests numerous symptoms and later diseases. Sooner or later the central nervous system needs relief to restore the body to its balance.
HNC makes use of a variety of different therapy options (kinesiology, cranio-sacral techniques, osteopathy, etc.) in order to offer the client an optimal treatment.
Through kinesiological muscle tests, outdated programs or errors can be detected in our system. Via gentle stimulation of muscles, bones, reflexology and acupuncture points, the central nervous system is rebalanced. The client is now again able to counteract the daily stress with newfound ease and rejuvenated energy.
What Can Be Treated With HNC?
Information is retrievable by a special muscle test.
Osteopathy and NOT
Restore the unimpeded flow between brain and body.
The therapist merely initiates stimuli and in doing so allows the body to regenerate.
Traditional Chinese Medicine
HNC makes use of the reflexology and acupuncture points in the body to address specific organs, joints, etc.
Using a soft touch practitioners release restrictions in the craniosacral system to improve the functioning of the central nervous system.