Children & Babies
Neurological Integration (NIS) used globally by healthcare practitioners
There is nothing more worrying than an unwell child. They can’t tell you what is wrong, which can be stressful for both parent and child.
|Asthma & allergies ||Ear infections |
|Eczema, skin irritations ||Learning, behavioural difficulties |
|Reflux, colic & wind ||Sinus problems |
When a child is born suddenly they are thrust into a busy and bright world. In those early years your child is vulnerable to many external factors as their immune system develops and grows.
Along the way they could pick up a viral infection that can cause reflux, they may have a fungal infection causing a sinus issue, or a pro-longed bacterial infection that causes an ear infection that just won’t go away, resulting in pain and discomfort.
Unlike other healthcare approach’s where every complaint is treated exactly the same, at the Neurolink Centre we are able to look collectively at all areas of your child’s physiology to identify if the CAUSE of your child’s complaint is Neurological; Physical; Pathological; Emotional - or a combination of more than one. We focus on building a strong immune system for your child, to help them fight off infection and disease.
NIS, is a safe, non-invasive, drug free approach for children & babies...
We evaluate all possibilities specific to your child – and that is what makes Neurolink Centre care unique. It is very possible that 2 children with exactly the same complaint (i.e reflux) will have quite different underlying CAUSAL factors.Is your child's immune system up and running to optimum?»
This article was written for the Neurolink Centre, where the Neurological Integration System (NIS) is the only method of care. Click here for more articles written for the Neurolink Centre
If you do not live nearby, please refer to our Practitioner Directory to find a practitioner using the NIS system local to you. It is important to state that you wish to have NIS care, as many practitioners use the NIS system alongside other modalities.