Dr. Allan K Phillips D.O.
MNZRO, MICAK(USA), MCrOA(UK), Osteopathic Physician, Applied Kinesiologist
The founder of Neurolink & the Neurological Integration system, Dr Phillips is based in Auckland New Zealand where he continues his NIS research.
“The selection of trainers to teach NIS has been given careful consideration. My objective is to give the essential ingredients through these capable teachers so I can ensure that ongoing information from my research can be disseminated globally. By engaging these trainers to present on my behalf NIS continues to be taught across five continents, while allowing me to continue work in a research and clinical capacity." Dr Allan Phillips
TEACHES: NIS MASTERS
Dr. Bianca Dobson D.C.
B.AppSc(Clin.Sc.)/B.Chiro.Sc, DACNB Chiropractor, Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board
Dr Dobson practices in Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia, in a busy NIS based practice. After graduating from RMIT in 2000 Dr Dobson began practicing as a chiropractor and soon focused her attention to neurology and how the brain functions. This led to postgraduate studies in Chiropractic Neurology, where her major interest now lies.
In 2005 Bianca passed USA Board exams to become a Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board (D.A.C.N.B.).
Dr Dobson is passionate about neurology and finding the neurophysiological cause of complaints not merely addressing symptoms and finds the NIS principles blend seamlessly with her chiropractic philosophy.
TEACHES: NIS MODULE B (Australia)
Dr. Adrian Hubbard D.O.
Dr. Hubbard runs a busy practice in Moonee Ponds, Melbourne. Soon after graduating as an Osteopath he began exploring ways to address the cause of patient complaints rather than just band-aiding the symptoms. Since being introduced to NIS in 2005 Adrian continues to be passionate about this treatment system that recognizes the myriad of factors that contribute to the genesis of symptom patterns. Whether you are a patient, or a colleague attending a seminar, Adrian is committed to teaching you how to discover the benefits of this system for yourself.
TEACHES: NIS MODULE A (Australia)
Dr. Jim Bentz D.C.
Dr. Bentz has been practicing Chiropractic for the last 27 years. He took his first NIS seminar 15 years ago in 1997. Today he has a waiting list practice based exclusively on NIS in Anacortes, WA. He is engaged in ongoing study about, health, diet, the body, and the brain, and is passionate about sharing this information with his patients.
Dr. Bentz has witnessed many incredible changes in his patient’s health in his years of using NIS, and believes that NIS coupled with lifestyle changes can truly transform a person’s health and life. He is very excited to be able to teach NIS in the U.S.A
TEACHES: NIS MODULES A & B (USA)
Dr. Matthew Rabin D.C.
BSc(Hons), MSc(Chiro), DC, ICSSD, PGDip, FRCC
Matt graduated with First Class honours from the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic in 2012, and has practiced in London ever since. Not long after graduating Matt realised that to get a deeper understanding of long-standing problems you needed to get the ‘brain on board’, and focused his post-graduate attention on neurology, brain function and learning NIS as a means to do this.
Matt’s special interest is in sports related injuries and human performance and works with some of the leading athletes in the sport of cycling where he has worked with the US, GB and Australian cycling teams, and at the Polyclinic in the Athletes village of the 2012 London Olympic Games. Matt continues to work in sport travelling with Cannondale-Drapac Pro Cycling team to races and training camps all over the world, and has consulted to various football teams in the English Premier League.
Matt uses NIS on a daily basis as a cornerstone to his approach to managing his patient’s complaints.
TEACHES: NIS MODULES A & B (UK)
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