WHAT IS NEUROIMPULSE PROTOCOL (NIP)? NeuroImpulse Protocol, The NIP technique, came about during the 1990’s. It is the brainchild of Dr Neil J Davies, the author of the popular text “Chiropractic Pediatrics A Clinical Handbook” published by Churchill Livingstone. During this time Dr Davies was striving to evolve a technique approach to be used with babies that was absolutely precise neurologically, but extremely gentle in its application.
Ultimate Precision Along with its gentleness (you can tolerate the thrust on your eyeball!) the uniqueness of the NIP system lies in its ability to direct the chiropractor to exactly the right location to adjust. It does this by its highly sophisticated integration of very precise chiropractic assessment techniques and detailed neurological examination. The technique is so precise, the typical NIP practitioner needs only adjust one location per visit to achieve maximum, sustainable clinical outcomes. The assessment technique is so accurate it led one medical specialist who was spending some time watching one of the Kiro Kids chiropractors to remark that in all his training and specialist practice he had never seen such a sophisticated approach to the neurological examination or such rapid changes following treatment.
Predictable, reproducible clinical results for patients of all ages As development progressed it soon became evident that the technique was just as applicable to the adult population and in fact was far superior in the clinical results it produced than the systems being used by Dr Davies at the time. Some 8 years of clinical research in the patient setting has led to the consolidation of an amazingly accurate, reproducible system of subluxation assessment that affords the chiropractor an opportunity to impact even the most difficult of cases.
Intelligent, neurological chiropractic at its brilliant best!
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