Researchers behind NIS

Medical science has moved forward at a rapid pace over the last century thanks to a number of dedicated researchers. Their understanding of the science behind the human body leaves us in awe as we strive to ‘keep up’ and turn this research into something that can be used in a practical sense.


International Research

The following is just some of the work that builds the foundation for the Neurological Integration System (NIS) developed by Dr Allan Phillips from Neurolink New Zealand.


Dr. Valerie Hunt PhD

Best known for her pioneering research in the field of bioenergy, Dr. Hunt’s visionary approach coupled with a rigorous adherence to the highest scientific standards has won her international acclaim in the fields of physiology, medicine and bioengineering. Her groundbreaking research has led to the first truly scientific understanding of the relationship between energy field disturbances, disease and emotional pathologies.

Dr. Kornhuber M.D.

A person's intent is a recordable phenomenon that precedes voluntary movement. We can conclude from this that there is neurological activity occurring over and above ones comprehension of bodily function. Neurolink is researching on this basis.


Dr Bruce H Lipton, Phd

Dr. Bruce Lipton is known for his research examining the principles of quantum physics and how they might be integrated into cell’s information processing systems. In his book the Biology of Belief he shows that genes and DNA do not control our biology; that instead DNA is controlled by signals from outside the cell, including the energetic messages emanating from our positive and negative thoughts. Dr Phillips was in a position to meet with Dr Lipton back in 2006. Here is what happened.


Dr Candice Pert, PhD

Dr Pert's research explains how emotions exist both as energy and matter, in the vibrating receptors on every cell in the body.
The fact that the word “trauma” has been used to describe both physical and mental damage has been a key part of her theory of how the molecules of emotion integrate what we feel at every level of what she has called our 'bodymind'.


Dr Karl Pribram, M.D.

Neurosurgeon from Stanford University, was the Nobel prize recipient for conclusive research that the brain is holographic in nature. Memory does not reside in any one area. The brain sees everything as multi-dimensional. Every cell in the body is a hologram in itself with its own DNA.


Ken Snelson and R. Buckminster Fuller

Tensegrity is a naturally occurring construct first recognized and developed by Ken Snelson and R. Buckminster Fuller in which the compression elements of the construct 'float' in continuous tension network. This research is the basis for one of the NIS protocols.

Other methods that have influenced the development of NIS

NIS is a complete healthcare system that utilises some of the tools developed &/or used by other healthcare methods. The application and use of these tools with NIS is completely unique, and should not be considered in any way similar to the following healthcare approaches.

Muscle Testing - developed by Dr George J. Goodheart, D.C.

Chiropractor who developed Applied Kinesiology in 1964. AK uses manual muscle-strength testing and provides feedback on the functional status of the body. NIS uses a muscle-test, first developed by Dr Goodheart, but the feedback we are investigating is quite different and the treatment process unique to that of AK.

Muscle Testing - validated by D.A. Monti et al, 1999

A muscle test is a proven and established method of determining whether the brain is in full 'communication with body function'. The muscle test acts as a feedback indicator to determine any circuit that has broken down.

Muscle testing has been scientifically validated as an indicator of altered physiological function. D.A. Monti, et al, 1999.  "Over-all, significant differences were found in muscle-test responses between congruent and incongruent semantic stimuli."

Meridian System - used in Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine

Acupuncture can be traced back as far as the Stone Age in China. Acupuncture developed rapidly and was systematically researched during the Western dynasties. Today Acupuncture is a widely used healthcare discipline. The meridian system used in Acupuncture is the basis for accessing glands/ organs with the NIS system.