Trouble Breathing? Chronic Sinusitis?

“I am 36 years old. Two previous sinus surgeries for allergies and sinusitis failed. Drugs and sprays were a way of life for me. Dr. Siegfried’s Nasal Specifics Treatment allowed me to breathe for the first time in my life; the allergies and sinusitis are gone.”
-Chris Morris, Jakarta, Indonesia

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Meet Dr. Siegfried

A leading expert in the Bilateral Nasal Specific Technique, Dr. Siegfried is passionate about his work. He is committed to helping people suffering with Chronic Sinusitis, Migraines, Concussions, Traumatic Brain injury and their many symptoms.

He became fascinated with the Bilateral Nasal Specific Technique after being helped dramatically with chronic headaches and sinus problems suffered from a concussion playing Rugby and many other blows to the head as a kid.

Dr. Siegfried has been providing the Bilateral Nasal Specifics Technique since 1976 to patients of all ages, from newborns to seniors. He is a leading expert as he studied with the developer of the technique in the Northwest, Dr. J.R. Stober, D.C., N.D. and spent over 1,000 hours personally learning this treatment from 1976 to 1987 with Dr. Stober.

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The Primary Respiratory Mechanism at work

“If a disease were killing our children in the proportions that [brain] injuries are, people would be outraged and demand that this killer be stopped.”  – Former Surgeon General Everett Koop, MD

Bilateral Nasal Specific Treatment since 1945 for chronic sinusitis, chronic migraines, concussions, traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder, hearing loss, vertigo, cognitive disorders, TMJ.

Dr. Siegfried has performed thousands of the Bilateral Nasal Specific Cranial Procedures since 1976.

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Dr. Siegfried studied with Dr. J.R. Stober, D.C., N.D., one of the pioneers of the Bilateral Nasal Specific, for many years. He has the best technique of anyone I have found and is the only person I trust with my head. I have suffered with chronic sinusitis after a head injury years ago.

Dr. Rod Jackson, D.C.

Dr.  George Siegfried has been a great influence for me in the field of advanced cranial adjusting. He was my mentor in the early 1980’s, teaching me the Bilateral Nasal Specific technique that was passed down to him during his work with Dr. Richard Stober. I believe Dr.  Siegfried is the current source of the essential lineage teaching of the BNS technique of cranial adjusting.

Dr. David Schanaker, D.C.