The Neurological Integration System (NIS) developed by Neurolink® is a complete system of healthcare based on validated scientific research.
Based in Auckland, New Zealand, Neurolink is a committed leader in investigating and applying the principals of neuroscience to address WHY a patient's neurophysiological function has caused the symptoms of ill health/ pain in the first place.
Below are some of the principles employed by Neurolink
NIS is based on quantum physics, where all that occurs in the physical body is subservient to the brain being a reference grid or filter for that action.
The basis of real health in real time, is the ability of the body to conduct vital information immediately. Reliance on nerve conduction speed has been totally outmoded with the NIS approach for the last 20 years. A new horizon in health care potential became very evident when science explained the speed at which molecules can relay information electromagnetically.
[McClare, C.W.F (1974) “Resonance in Bioenergetics” Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 227:74 – 97]
All the information that is carried in the human body is linked to a molecules available energy, and this energy travels @186,000 miles per second. Electromagnetic frequencies have been shown to be 100 x more efficient to relay environmental information.
Neurotransmitters are biochemical messengers (endogenous chemicals) that relay, amplify, and modulate signals between a neuro to another cell. The brain uses neurotransmitters to activate the autonomic nervous system. It tells the heart to beat, the lungs to breathe, and the intestines to digest. All the internal organs throughout the body are connected to the brain via a vast network of neurons.
In direct contrast, the diffusible chemical speed involving hormones and neurotransmitters to relay information travels at 1 centimetre per second. Also, chemical coupling is accompanied by massive energy loss due to heat generated in the making and breaking of chemical bonds. This limits the amount of information the signal can carry.
Application of the scientific principle of electromagnetic conduction has dramatically revised the way the body will respond and the speed at which it responds. Laboratory measurements of Immunopathology values constantly reflect changes as a result of using these principles. Such changes now being observed with NIS include positive improvements in the various carcinoembryonic antigen markers.
Historically, areas of dysfunction such as spinal subluxation have become the focus of attention. The ‘global’ issue rests with a dysfunction in the body’s tensegrity system that embodies every cell. [Ingber, D. E. (1997).
Tensegrity: the architectural basis of cellular mechanotransduction. Annu. Rev. Physiol. 59, 575-599.]
The perineural system involves every nerve fiber in the body. It operates on direct current and is influenced by extremely low frequency from 0.3htz to 30 htz. These frequencies relate to those transmitted from practitioner contact and changes in this frequency range have demonstrated changes in bone, nerve, ligament and capillary formation.
[brain mind bulletin 10 (September 30):3]
- The body operates as an integrated being - body systems do not work in isolation.
- Fascial restriction can lower optimal function of muscles, organs and glands.
- The brain will modulate physiological function where levels of tolerance have been exceeded.
- Hemispheric dominance is not a limiting factor by our individuality or life experience, but is limited when cortical integration is inappropriate for the patient.
- The meridian system in acupuncture correlates with 100% accuracy to physiological function. Evaluation of function through this system is diagnostically more accurate and defined than current clinical testing.
- Etiology of immune dysfunction can rapidly be discerned and treated. Viral and bacterial antigens can be eradicated without medication and more rapidly than conventional drugs.
- Learning difficulties are directly related to an integration breakdown between cortices, cerebellum and eye movement.
To learn more about the scientists whose work has lead to the development of the NIS system see Research.
Neurotransmitters are biochemical messengers (endogenous chemicals) that relay, amplify, and modulate signals between a neuro to another cell.
The brain uses neurotransmitters to activate the autonomic nervous system. It tells the heart to beat, the lungs to breathe, and the intestines to digest. All the internal organs throughout the body are connected to the brain via a vast network of neurons.
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