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What is NIS?

Neurological Integration System (NIS), is a system that assesses the cellular signalling between your brain and the rest of your body. There is a constant flow of chemical and electrical signals being sent and received between your brain and the rest of your body. NIS uses a sequence of protocols to evaluate, “rewire” and “reset” dysfunction in the signalling process. If the brain can’t recognise correctly what is happening in the body, it can’t respond appropriately and can become imbalanced.

All NIS protocols are based on neuroscience – the scientific study dealing with the structure or function of the nervous system and brain. The NIS practitioner facilitates the resetting of the neurological circuitry, so the brain can correct the dysfunction.

NIS uses muscle testing to retrieve information from the brain to assess if a correction is needed. Muscle testing is a nervous system response and is used to assess where the communication pathways are failing.

The following are some complaints/symptoms that NIS may help with:

  • Digestion issues

  • Headaches/Migraines

  • Anxiety and Depression

  • Hormone imbalances

  • Issues with muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints

  • Poor immunity

  • Infections – viral, bacterial, fungal and parasitic

  • Issues with ADD, ADHD, memory, concentration and coordination


NIS is a gentle, non-invasive system and is suitable for any age group, from babies to elderly.

The Importance of Maintenance

Once your body is back in balance, an NIS maintenance appointment is recommended about every 3 months. As we go through our daily life we are exposed to stress from viruses, bacteria, toxins, injuries as well as from emotional stress, stress can overload our body systems, causing new issues to arise.  A regular maintenance session will keep your body in good condition to help avoid developing symptoms and a decline in health.

Development of NIS

The Neurological Integration System (NIS) was founded by Dr Allan Phillips of the Neurolink Center. Over 20 years of research has been put into developing this system, and new research is continually undertaken to establish and treat the underlying cause of symptoms and complaints. The NIS system is taught and used globally in America, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, Australia and New Zealand. For more information on NIS see

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