Neurological

Multiple Sclerosis

Patient: Female 33 years Complaint: Diagnosed with early stage MS 4 months ago. Medical Diagnosis: CT Scan showed inflammatory lesions in numerous aspects of her brain. NIS Treatment Findings: Patient was sick for a week as her body got rid of all the toxins. Patient improved significantly over the course of three months. Advised her on…

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Stroke

Patient: 89 year old male Complaint: Mar - Slurring of words, pale, disoriented, with very diminished peripheral circulation. July - Patient was found in the dark by a visitor. He had lost track of time and the heater wasn’t on despite a bitterly cold day. Medical Diagnosis: Mar - Diagnosed as having suffered a TIA…

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Dizziness

Sudden onset of Dizziness Patient: 32-yr old female Complaint: 6 week history of sudden onset of dizziness. “Feels like I’m spinning around the room”. No history of trauma and can’t think of a reason for it. Head feels full of air, doesn’t feel like a balance problem as such. Medical Diagnosis: Patient had an MRINAD,…

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Can NIS help Anxiety/ Depression?

The answer to this is YES. However it is important to note that with NIS we do not involve the mind. The NIS system will address the reasons WHY a patient needs to take anti-depressants or similar in the first place. With NIS your practitioner will investigate WHY the body is not coping and address…

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Migraines/ Depression

Patient: 60 year old Female Complaint: Migraines lasting for 3+ days at a time. Come every two weeks completely debilitating her. Depression, caused by difficulties to handle working environment and work pressure. Medical Diagnosis: G.P prescribed Antidepressants by Psychiatrist. NIS Treatment Findings: Pain level prior to treatment 9.5. Following treatment pain level 1 and prior…

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Alpers Syndrome

Alpers Syndrome / POLG 1 Mutation Patient: 4 month baby  Complaint: Lots of crying; very little, no weight increase at all; plenty of vomiting after only small amounts of breast-feed milk; very high body tension (opisthotonus & body locked in C-position, side bent right). Medical Diagnosis: Mitochondropathia of liver cells (in later stages taking over onto brain cells…

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Testimonial - Stroke

Since being introduced to Neurolink's Neurological Integration system (NIS) in 2005, I am constantly impressed with the results that patients achieve. Even after returning home from the very first Part 1 seminar, on the Sunday evening I went to visit an elderly relative who’d suffered a stroke on the Friday. He had the whole right…

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Testimonial - Short Term Memory

I have had some fantastic results with NIS.  One patient commented in particular.  He had had an accident some years ago, and had real problems with his (short term) memory.  I saw him again recently and he reported that since that first treatment, he had been able to memorize the pin numbers for his cash-cards…

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Insomnia - from an NIS perspective

by Dr Allan Phillips D.O. Pineal + Serotonin = Digestion + Energy ?? Is this equation a riddle, a nightmare or irritable bowel syndrome?! Not a day goes by without some patient commenting on or expressing some statistic relating to their sleeping patterns. A good night’s rest is dependent on the availability of three major ingredients: Cell…

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Depression & Insomnia: Is there a connection?

By Dr Allan Phillips, D.O. The first question is "what is depression, & how does this arise?" The second question "how does this relate to insomnia?" In simple terms there is a failure of the body chemistry to align itself with normal cellular function and in particular the function of the neurotransmitter serotonin. Serotonin is…

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