There is hope! People are seeing improvements. I had Covid-19, lost my taste and smell and was frustrated. But through my experience, I figured out a way to restore my taste and smell. Hi, I am Dr. Kevin W. Ross. As a chiropractor I deal with the neuromuscular system. I was seeking ways to help my post-Covid patients regain their senses of taste and smell and thought that it could possibly be a mirror image of a medical condition called ‘Phantom Limb Pain”, the feeling of sensations in a limb that has been removed. The causes for Phantom Limb Pain are unknown but it is thought to be the brain’s attempt to reorganize and rewire due to the changes in the body. Working with the assumption that the loss of taste and smell during and after a Covid infection are due to the brain’s need to rewire/reboot the olfactory nerve, I devised a simple way to cause the body to reset. We have had great success restoring the sense of smell and taste to our patients.
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This technique is quite simple and is not an adjustment.
Because there are no potential risks with this technique, there is no need for a formal research study or clinical trial. However, your feedback is critical for our continued investigation and research. After using this technique on yourself or someone else, please click here to send us an email or use the form on the ‘Contact Us’ page with your experience. As more and more people share their experience we will continue to share new information with you - so check back here often!
If, after trying the technique explained in the video, you do not see results I would suggest trying one of the following alternatives. Try one, wait a day, see if there are any changes and if not try another. This way you can differentiate which one might help you.
We remind you, this process is not perfect. It does not help everyone but we encourage you to try it and see what might happen for you.
1) Put one hand over your heart, with the other hand use the index finger and point it at the temple (the little soft spot just next to your eye socket). Pointing towards the cranial nerve and then get flicked on the back of the head again. The flick is simply getting something put into the nervous system.
2) A patient in my office had success by opening his mouth and putting his finger on the roof of his mouth, pointing towards the olfactory nerve, with his right hand over his heart and the flick to his head rebooted his sense of smell.
3) By yourself option: One hand’s index finger point to the junction of the nose and the forehead pointing at the olfactory nerve and the other hand gently tap a few times at the side of the head at the temple (the little divot just next to the eye socket) . This sends input into the greater wing of the sphenoid that sits next to the cribriform plate that hold the olfactory nerve.
4) Many of you experiencing Anosmia/Parosmia post Covid maybe zinc deficient. This is hard to determine and we do not have a suggested amount as this varies per individual.
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