Seminars COMING SOON ...
NIS Seminars Australia 2018
NIS Module A and B
Learning the complete NIS system takes 4 days. Each weekend is 14 hours of theory and practical. First time attendees must sign up for Module A and B seminar Combo.
International Modules A and B
Module A and B
Considering core NIS components employed on a daily basis with EVERY PATIENT. Pathological, structural, neurological and glandular based tools, enable assessment and correction with a wide range of complaints. Using the art of muscle testing to reveal cellular signaling faults that have caused longstanding impediments to ones health.
Module B: Advanced
Extensions of Module A protocols, to assess deeper and more complex issues that have contributed to many chronic complaints. These include cranial nerves, hormones, cardiovascular, optical dysfunctions, and glandular typing, to name a few.
Who can learn NIS (Modules A & B)
All NIS seminars are designed to be post-graduate. It is essential that all practitioners wishing to attend possess a comprehensive knowledge of anatomy, physiology and neuro-anatomy prior to attending. NIS Seminars are predominantly attended by (but not limited to): Medical specialists/doctors, chiropractors, osteopathic physicians, physical therapists/physiotherapists, registered nurses, dentists, veterinarians, occupational, TCM & naturopathic physicians.
Pre-requisites to attend are as follows:
- QUALIFICATIONS: MINIMUM of a Bachelors Degree in one of the health/clinical sciences &/ or Bachelors Degree Psychology.
- LICENSE: Must be licensed for independent practice by a national or state registration. Psychologists will need to supply their registration number.
These pre-requisites are the minimum criteria. Participants may be asked for additional proof of their qualifications and license at time of registration. If you are unsure whether you meet the criteria above please contact us BEFORE you register for a seminar.
Who Can Attend Masters?
Presented by Dr Allan Phillips, the annual NIS Masters program is open to practitioners who have learnt the NIS system AND are ACTIVE members of the NIS Academy.
Taking the NIS system beyond Modules A & B the Masters is conducted by the developer of NIS, Dr Allan Phillips, and incorporates his latest clinical research from over the last 12 months.
The NIS Masters seminar is packaged into a practical and enlightening format summarising the vision and future developments of NIS.
2018 Seminar Venues & Details
Seminar Schedule 2018
Module A & B 2018 ...
Viruses: The ability to successfully treat viruses is one of the most powerful attributes of the NIS system. With NIS practitioners are able to quickly address the manifestations of viral activity. In 2017 Dr Phillips introduced an update that has an implication on all NIS Viral Protocols (i.e. virus in the brain/ tissue/ cranial nerves).
If you haven't updated in a while this new research will streamline how you address infection causing symptoms in clinical practice.
By the end of Modules A & B you will have a powerful system of protocols to take away and start using in practice straight away.
Once you have completed Modules A and B in 2018 you can join our NIS Academy to have access to the NIS Masters and be included in our online Practitioner Directory.
To join, practitioners sit a practical proficiency assessment. Check out our Academy section for more details.
Masters 2018 ...
Academy members... join Dr Phillips for another groundbreaking seminar!
- Comprehensive immune system advancements
- Protein Errors - DNA and producing the "right" proteins.
- 4 Step Joint Corrections - Can it really be that easy?
- Retained Reflexes... What's holding you back from birth.
- Gluten Intolerance
- Depression, Fibroids and MORE...
GERMANY (Sept 7/9)
Venue: Munich, Germany
AUSTRALIA (Oct 26/28)
Venue: Gold Coast, QLD
CANADA (Oct 12/14)
Venue: Vancouver, BC
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