Improving Treatment Outcomes & Case Acceptance Through Cranial Nerve Integration:

Consider a new viewpoint for the significance of the 12 paired cranial nerves. Learn the importance of challenging each cranial nerve in a dynamic functional way to discover what dysfunction lies with the brainstem. These dysfunctions can limit the entire autonomic nervous system as well as brain and body functions. Once the brainstem has been sequenced, the involuntary movements can support your treatment modalities and improve patient outcomes.

Learning Objectives (listed as presentation outline)
• Why working with the brainstem increases patient outcomes
• Identifying cranial nerve function as a baseline for all patients, regardless of symptoms
• Important diagnostic imaging that hasn't been discussed.........yet!
• How does cranial nerve dysfunction impact sleep, chronic pain, and alters development
• Why working with the brainstem first clears the involuntary obstacles to health and wellness

  • Course Code: T22
  • Time: 2:00pm-4:59pm
  • Location: Renaissance Main Floor, Solana G
  • CE Credit: 3
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  • Seating Taken:
    81%
Lois Laynee

Lois Laynee

Lois Laynee is a dynamic pioneer and passionate lecturer in the fields of Education, Sleep, Scar Release Healing, Crania FacialNeuro development. and much more. In addition to heading the Laynee Restorative Breathing Methodr. Lois is also the CEO of AZ Sleep Apnea Center PLLC; a speaker and educator of oxygen wellness and the creator of the Laynee Restorative Breathing Methodr. By combining her decades of clinical experience, with the Laynee Restorative Breathing Method™, she offers support for clients at all stages of life.

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