Perform upregulation while having the person smell a variety of scents. It is recommended to perform therapeutic dose for 6 treatments and re-evaluate progress and additonal care.
Place the XLR8 over the bridge of the nose and then over the Atlas.
Axons from the olfactory sensory neurons converge in the olfactory bulb to form tangles called glomeruli (singular glomerulus). Inside the glomerulus, the axons contact the dendrites of mitral cells and several other types of cells. Mitral cells send their axons to a number of brain areas, including the anterior olfactory nucleus, piriform cortex, the medial amygdala, the entorhinal cortex, and the olfactory bulb. Difficult to laser the anatomical areas directly so remember to drive the pathway by having the patient to smell a variety of scents while you test a strong muscle. A weakening of the muscle while smelling is an indicator the nervous system is not functioning properly. Laser and retest.