NIS (Neurological Integration System) focuses on acute pain and chronic illness. Our approach is grounded in cutting-edge scientific research at the cellular level, prioritizing the identification and resolution of underlying causes rather than merely alleviating symptoms. It is only through this cellular-level approach that you can attain the highest level of long-term sustainability in your health.



The Brain's Role in Optimal Body Function

At our core, we adhere to the neurophysiological principle that the brain, not the mind, governs all aspects of normal and optimal bodily function. Neuroscience forms the bedrock of all our protocols. Thus, the brain, as opposed to the practitioner, serves as the most accurate and definitive source for assessing and rectifying health concerns.


Empowering the Brain for Corrections

In a paradigm-shifting approach, we emphasize that the brain initiates corrections in the patient, not the practitioner. Within our NIS methodology, practitioners rely on neurological feedback from the patient's brain rather than subjective assessments. This reliance on the brain's guidance makes the practitioner a facilitator rather than the primary agent of correction. Our role involves resetting neurological circuitry to enable the brain to address dysfunction precisely. When the brain takes charge of correction, physiological changes occur with precision, accuracy, and complexity that surpass human capability.


Beyond Labelled Complaints

NIS does not merely target labeled complaints; it elevates all body systems to their individual optimum potential. We implement a systematic approach with sequential and prioritized protocols to assess and correct areas of dysfunction across the body's systems. This approach reveals the underlying neurophysiological factors contributing to a patient's symptom pattern. Our protocols assess integrated function, recognizing the interconnectedness of the body's systems and their physiological interrelationships. We firmly believe that the body's systems operate harmoniously, and addressing integrated neurophysiological function is essential to fully resolving the root causes of complaints.

Complaints and symptoms suitable
for management with NIS

  1. Structural Issues: Concerns related to the spine, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints.
  2. Physical Conditions: Health problems affecting the immune system, digestive system, respiratory system, heart, and chronic illnesses.
  3. Pathological Conditions: Infections caused by viruses, bacteria, fungi, or protozoa.
  4. Neurological Challenges: Traumatic injuries and conditions such as ADD/ADHD (Attention Deficit Disorder/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder).
  5. Hormonal Imbalances: Mental health issues like depression, fertility-related concerns, and female health conditions.
  6. Emotional Disturbances: Emotional disorders like anxiety, bipolar disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).




What happens during a treatment?

During each session, the primary objective is to identify and address any aspects of bodily function that the brain may not be fully regulating. The approach is notably gentle, entirely non-invasive, and devoid of stress or pain. Consequently, NIS treatments are suitable for individuals of all ages, from newborns to the elderly, including those dealing with significant illnesses or injuries.

NIS care is highly personalized to cater to your unique needs. Any adjustments made to your physiological functions are directed by the brain, with the practitioner serving as a facilitator. This approach renders NIS one of the safest healthcare options available. Harnessing the brain's diagnostic and corrective capabilities exposes you to its profound potential to restore your body to its optimal state. Your brain holds the key to unlocking your ultimate health potential.

How many treatments will I need?

This depends on a few factors...

  • How long you have had the complaint (sometimes even unknowingly)
  • The severity of the complaint (This can vary greatly from person to person)

Remember two patients can have the same ‘labelled’ complaint, e.g. allergies, but have quite different symptom patterns and severity). Your NIS practitioner is looking to identify the ‘underlying’ reason for your complaint.  This may take a few treatments to uncover, as the brain may identify other areas of dysfunction that need addressing first – before revealing the deeper causal issues.

This doesn’t mean that nothing happened following your treatment. Quite the opposite. The brain is taking steps to immediately to start the process of returning the areas of dysfunction that have been treated, back to ‘normal’  However there is a myriad of intricate physiological processes that must take place, some of which take time.

How does it work?

The body's muscles should always possess the ability to withstand a specified force, a state of normalcy achieved when the sensory-motor loop's integrity is maintained. NIS utilizes a series of systematic and prioritized steps to ascertain the alignment between the brain and specific neurological centers. These centers encompass cortical, spinal, visceral, and glandular circuits, with some being activated through patient participation. In cases of neurological disarray, information transmitted via the sensory-motor loop can result in pronounced muscle weakness in any chosen muscle for assessment. The postcentral gyrus plays a vital role in reestablishing proper control over the sensory-motor loop, thereby restoring normal neurological function and homeostatic mechanisms within the assessed centers.


Contact us for more information and to begin your journey!