bilateral nasal-specific technique
bilateral nasal-specific techniqueA type of cranial “adjustment” popular among US pseudo-physicians in the 1930s, which consisted of inserting balloons into the nasal cavity to realign the skull bones, which, given that the cranial bones fuse long before adulthood, proved completely inefficacious. BNST was claimed to be effective for blindness, deafness, paralysis, mental retardation, etc.
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