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Neurological Integration Therapy (NIS), is based on the scientific principle that the brain controls the body's 10 major systems (digestive, nervous, respiratory, muscular, circulatory and other systems). In a healthy body, the brain controls all these systems at optimal speed and efficiency, creating a perfectly synchronized and uninterrupted circuitry, where muscles, cells, glands, organs and enzymes work in perfect harmony in response to the messages of needs that the brain receives. In times of stress, pain, and illness this highly-sensitive system of circuits is interrupted, impaired, and marred by imbalances, with the brain not able to assert the needs of a specific circuit.NIS seeks to assess the brain and seek out any such breakdowns in the circuitry and restore the pathway back to its optimal balance.

The NIS practitioner uses a set of treatment protocols to evaluate the brain and the health of all its circuitry. Using what are referred to as screen tests (much like a to-do list), the NIS practitioner checks each circuit to find possible areas of interrupted circuitry and flag them for treatment. This is determined through what is referred to as muscle response testing. The NIS practitioner uses a large muscle test (also known as MRT -muscle respose test) to determine functional confusion associated with circuit breakdowns. Once areas of issue have been pinpointed, the NIS practitioner helps the brain to acknowledge the faults in the circuitry. This is done by the NIS practitioner using contact points and systematic tapping on a very specific area of the brain called the post central gyrus that controls receiving and sending messages of the body. Once the breakdown has been pinpointed and acknowledged by the brain, it will reset the pathway and clear up circuitry confusion.

The most exciting aspect of NIS therapy is that NIS seeks to determine the underlying problem rather than treat the specific complaint at the surface. For example, someone suffering from asthma, which in Western Medicine is treated with anti-inflammatories for the airways, will find that an NIS therapist instead will seek to find the cause of the inflammation and treat that issue rather than simply try to alleviate the symptom.

NIS can address a wide variety of complaints, including structural issues, such as muscle tightness and joint pain, as well as physical problems, such as respiratory illnesses, immune diseases or digestive problems. NIS has also been found effective in areas of hormonal and emotional problems and has many more applications for neurological illnesses, ranging from ADHD, autism, to trauma and PTSD. NIS is suitable for people of all ages, since it is completely safe and gentle.

Click here to watch a video featuring Neurolink's founder Dr. Allan Phillips explaining NIS