Physiological

Hernia/ Bruised Sacrum

Patient: baby boy, just under a month old at 1st visit Complaint: Unable to lie on stomach without struggle, enlarged testicles, black and blue sacrum, constantly unhappy and stressed. Mother had been given steroids at 5 months into pregnancy because her cervix had dilated to 3 centimetres. Baby was born full-term but with a hernia…

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Ingrown Toenail

Patient: 14 year old female Complaint: The patient presented with an open bleeding wound on the big toe of the right foot. The ingrown toenail on the lateral side of the toe was surgically cut and removed 4 weeks before. The wound wouldn’t start to close with epithelium. Medical Diagnosis: Ingrown toenail, requiring surgical removal.…

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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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Addictions

ADD and Methamphetamine Addict Patient: 23 year old male Complaint: Patient was diagnosed with ADD and learning disabilities, a methamphetamine and marijuana addict. Unable to sleep, poor concentration, no recall of what he reads.  A procrastinator, very disorganized, the patient was in social isolation.  Had severe cravings for junk food, so ate a diet high in junk food…

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Long term leg pain

Recently a patient consulted me in regard to a right leg pain that had persisted for 12 months and thought to be a symptom of a golf ball versus a sand wedge. She had received excellent care from a range of professionals including many x-rays in search for relief. On assessment of her, the sciatic…

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Surgically excised melanoma

Do you recall a single challenge that was successfully overcome and went on to add value to another’s life? I’m sure you can, and what’s more you can be encouraged to achieve a lot more. I had the opportunity to observe the re-growth of a surgically excised melanoma in the lateral aspect of the neck of an…

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Does NIS assist in cases of infertility?

By Dr Allan Phillips D.O. The answer is yes! First question “What is infertility?” Most experts would define this as not being able to get pregnant after at least one year of trying. Women who are able to get pregnant but then have repeat miscarriages are also said to be infertile. Pregnancy is the result…

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Treating viral infections with NIS

by Dr Allan Phillips D.O. The ability to successfully treat viruses is one of the most powerful attributes of the NIS system. With NIS, practitioners can quickly address the manifestations of viral activity. However…I find the science behind the treatment of viral infections with NIS seems to be somewhat misunderstood by some. When the DNA is…

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Back pain – Why the cause may not be the spine

by Dr Allan Phillips D.O. Typical treatment avoids the real issues After 16 years in practice, I started an exploration into why low back pain is endemic and concluded the following… contrary to what I have read, experienced, and been told, I have not found low back pain to be directly associated with; lack of exercise,…

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Testimonial – Hematological Disorders

A 50 year old female with chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL). Only three NIS consultations were required to deal with this condition, all without resort to medical intervention apart from diagnostics. She has the ‘all clear’ from her hematologist and there has been no sign so whatever of the CLL in the last 18 months. Submitted…

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