Who is NIS for?

NIS is suitable for the whole family! Over the last 30 years practitioners globally have been using the NIS system in practice, treating a wide spectrum of symptoms/ complaints.


Your practitioner is accessing the brains intelligence, though a muscle test and proprietary integration method - developed by Neurolink.

The approach is safe, non-invasive, non-manipulative, so it is therefore suitable for the newborn baby through to the very aged, and those that are very sick or injured.

NIS is one of the safest methods of healthcare available.

How long will the results last?

Each case is unique, and treatment findings will vary from person to person - even for two patients presenting with the same issue.

Results can depend on

  • the length of time the person has had the complaint
  • the severity of the complaint
  • the age of the person

There are some complaints that should only need to be addressed once (over the first series of treatments). But as we go though our daily lives we are continuously exposed to external stresses that can sometimes overload our body systems causing new issues to arise.

The key is be pro-active, to have regular ‘check-ups’. If you are going away on holiday, or you are going through a stressful time in your life,  have a check-up. It is important to make sure you continue to operate to your optimum potential at all times!

Contact your local practitioner today to find out more about how the NIS system can help you & your family: NIS Directory.

Practitioners learn NIS in 2018

Learn this cutting edge approach to healthcare that is greatly enhancing the health of individuals worldwide.

  • Expand the scope of your practice
  • Reverse chronic health patterns by accessing the aetiological factors
  • Positive and unexpected results
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Find an NIS Practitioner

We have a global directory of practitioners who use the NIS system in practice and regularly attend seminars to stay up-to-date with current research.

Visit our Directory to find a practitioner local to you.