Neuro Emotional Technique

Neuro Emotional Technique, or NET is a Mind/Body technique that has generated an extraordinary amount of excitement in both patients and practitioners since 1988. Neuro Emotional Technique is a methodology used to normalize unresolved physical and/or behavioral patterns in the body. NET practitioners are trained to assist the body's healing process by identifying and balancing unresolved emotional influences.

Emotions are traditionally thought of as being normal functions of human beings and normally pose no neurophysiological problem. Occasionally however, emotional trauma in the presence of a neurological or meridian deficit can cause a physiopathological-related pattern in the body that does not resolve by itself. NET seeks to normalize this pattern through physiological change - a result of a physical intervention.

NET is used to help re-establish balance in the body using a physical correction. NET makes use of the neuro-mechanisms of speech, general semantics, emotions, acupuncture and chiropractic principles, laws of the meridian system, cutaneous reflex points, principles of traditional psychology, and more.

When there is a stuck emotional component, NET does not target the emotions, but rather attempts to treat the complete mind-body. Stuck emotions are referred to as Neuro Emotional Complexes (NECs). NECs can be vulnerable to retriggering when specific conditions relating to the original formation of the NEC are present . NET addresses these "fixations of emotions" held within the body. The end-product is a more neurologically integrated and healthier person. Patients report that this quick and easy process is pleasant and often life changing. NET is the most highly researched technique in chiropractic with studies showing it effective in treating many conditions, including low back pain and infertility.

NET background concepts

Applied Kinesiology

Applied Kinesiology is an interdisciplinary approach to health care which draws together core elements of complementary therapies, creating a more unified approach to the diagnosis and treatment of functional illness.

The origin of contemporary Applied Kinesiology is traced to 1964 when George G. Goodheart, Jr., D.C., first observed that in the absence of congenital or pathologic anomaly, postural distortion is often associated with muscles that fail to meet the demands of muscle tests designed to maximally isolate specific muscles. He observed that tender nodules were frequently palpable within the origin and/or insertion of the tested muscle. Digital manipulation of these areas of apparent muscle dysfunction improved both postural balance and the outcome of manual muscle tests. Goodheart and others have since observed that many conservative treatment methods improve neuromuscular function as perceived by manual muscle testing.

These treatment methods have become the fundamental Applied Kinesiology approach to therapy. Included in the AK approach are specific joint manipulation or mobilization, various myofascial techniques, cranial techniques, meridian therapy, clinical nutrition, dietary management, and various reflex procedures. With expanding investigation, there has been continued amplification and modification of the treatment procedures. Although many treatment techniques incorporated into AK were pre-existing, many new methods have been developed within the discipline itself.

AK uses muscle testing to examine how the body is functioning and to make a diagnosis. A patient's health history is required, along with examination and laboratory findings, to determine the treatment required. AK uses functional assessment measures such as posture and gait analysis; manual muscle testing as functional neurologic evaluation; range of motion; static palpatation; and motion analysis. These assessments are used in conjunction with standard methods of diagnosis such as clinical history, physical examination findings, laboratory tests, and instrumentation to develop a clinical impression of the unique physiologic condition of each patient.

When appropriate, this clinical impression is used as a guide to the application of conservative physiologic therapeutics. The practice of AK requires that it be used in conjunction with other standard diagnostic methods by professionals trained in clinical diagnosis. As such, the use of AK or it's component assessment procedures is appropriate only to individuals licensed to perform these procedures.

AK exam is designed to enhance standard diagnosis procedures, not replace them. The Applied Kinesiologist finds a muscle that tests weak and then attempts to determine why that muscle is not functioning properly. The practitioner will then evaluate and apply the therapy that will best eliminate the muscle weakness and help the patient.

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Total Body Modification

T.B.M. (Total Body Modification therapy) is a technique that is used to find the organ or area of the body that is stressed, determine why it is stressed and then correct the problem by restoring balance to the nervous system and thereby one's health and well being. In other words, while basic Chiropractic is used to correct the structure and influence the function, T.B.M. corrects the Functional Physiology (how the body works) which may, in turn, influence structure. Both are essential to optimum health.

The nervous system is composed of the Central Nervous System, which runs the voluntary functions or movements and the Autonomic Nervous System, which runs the involuntary functions such as heart beat, digestion, etc. Each of these systems are further divided into Sensory and Motor Fibers. The brain is the primary control for both branches of the nervous system. Sensory fibers carry messages to the brain where they are processed like a computer. The brain in turn, tells the body what to do.

Research has proven that under sufficient stress, from any source, the neurons in the brain centers that are controlling the stressed organ or body part essentially depolarize. This is like blowing a fuse on an electrical circuit. The message gets to the brain but fails to return. The result is that the brain (computer) loses effective control over the afflicted organ or body part. This leaves the organ or body part running out of control.

Using tried and proven reflex points and applied kinesiology ( muscle testing), the T.B.M. practitioner can find the problem. The practitioner will then stimulate a specific area or areas of the spine in a specific manner in an attempt to stimulate the neurons of the brain to repolarize (fix the fuse) and allow the brain to regain control of the body and guide it back to health.

Since a correctly functioning nervous system is a major requirement for health, it follows that T.B.M. may have a part to play in almost any problem: uncovering and correcting the roadblocks to recovery.

Total Body Modification

Quantum Neurology™ Rehabilitation

Quantum Neurology™ Rehabilitation with GRT light (laser therapy to rehabilitate hyperactive and hypoactive nerves) Available for sensory, motor and cranial nerve rehabilitation, from founder Dr. George Gonzales, helps with long term nerve damage in cases of Bell's Palsy, stroke, paralysis from accidents, etc. Cranial nerve work especially effective with ADD, ADHD, vision, hearing and olfactory disturbances. Can even diminish tooth sensitivity!

EVRL Low Level Laser Therapy

Harnessing the power of both red and violet cold low-level lasers, the EVRL uses low-level laser therapy (LLLT) to safely and effectively treat a wide range of conditions, more than many other cold lasers available today. The combination of lasers in this innovative red and violet combination laser offers unique anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties and can treat an extensive range of musculoskeletal and other conditions, including tendon and ligament injuries, migraines, wound healing, etc. With exceptional clinical research and FDA market clearance EVRL laser treatment is a trusted and proven approach, without the harmful side effects associated with traditional treatment options.A series of treatments is recommended for best results.

Bio-resonance Technology

Dr. Bailey uses Quantum Infinity bio-resonance technology to assist in diagnosis and treatment protocols when necessary.

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Neil Asher Frozen Shoulder Technique

Neil Asher Frozen Shoulder Technique is a technique developed to shorten the length of time a patient suffers with frozen shoulder. The Niel-Asher Technique™ is a 'natural' method of treatment that utilizes the body's own healing mechanisms without drugs or surgery. NAT works with the body, listening to the body's wisdom - not by forcing the arm into the restricted ranges but by applying gentle stimulation to muscles whilst they are resting.

The technique uses a specific and unique sequence of manipulations and pressure points to the shoulder joints and soft-tissues. In essence, these can be thought of as 'inputs' into the nervous system. The technique has been in use since 1997 and has been adopted and approved by Doctors, Physiotherapists, Osteopaths, and Chiropractors in the UK, Europe, and the United States.

Activator Methods

Activator Methods is based on the postulate that understanding body mechanics and force is the key to understanding how to move bones. A leg test is utilized to tell the doctor if the subluxation exists, chiefly in the lumbo-sacral area or cervical region of the spine.

With further research into body mechanics, W.C. Lee D.C. and A.W. Fuhr D.C. were able to analyze the body and produce from the analysis consistent changes using a light non-force specific chiropractic adjustment. Lee and Fuhr understood that force was not necessary to correct subluxations in the body.

Two components are necessary for fast, effective reduction of nerve pressure caused by subluxations. They are speed and line of drive. Speed and line of drive are what make chiropractic the distinct and dynamic art and science that it is.

The activator instrument was designed to deliver this specific dynamic thrust. It is a small hand-held gun-type mechanism that delivers a sharp percussive thrust upon triggering. The activator instrument controls the force and speed of the adjustment exceptionally well and with the activator, the line of drive can be more specific.


Diversified Technique is the classic chiropractic technique, developed by D.D. Palmer, DC. and taught in all chiropractic colleges. Diversified Technique was refined and developed by the late Otto Reinert, DC, to address biomechanical failure in each section of the spine, as it relates to specific subluxation. The focus is on restoration to normal biomechanical function, and correction of subluxation. In addition, Diversified methods have been developed to adjust extremity joints, allowing for beneficial applications in treating sports injuries and other injuries.

Diversified adjusting of the spine uses specific lines of drives for all manual thrusts, allowing for specificity in correcting mechanical distortions of the spine. X-rays and case histories are used in analysis and diagnosis. No instruments are used in the adjusting procedure. Motion palpatation and full spine, hands-on techniques are used to deliver a deeper thrust, which makes an osseous (popping) sound as the adjustment is given.


Homeopathy, which was developed in Germany by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1834), uses extreme dilutions of elements which, when taken by a healthy person, cause similar symptoms to the ailment being treated. Such heavily diluted preparations are obviously very low in toxicity, with scarce side effects.

Modern homeopathy uses a combination of remedies to stimulate organ function, induce drainage and detoxification, and provide cellular support. Classical homeopathy is built upon three principles: the above-described law of similars, the single remedy, and the minimum dose.

An important part of prescribing a homeopathic medicine is a detailed patient interview to determine all symptoms being experienced. The physician then determines which medicine best matches those symptoms and prescribes a single medicine that covers all the symptoms, instead of a different one for each. This is the law of the single remedy. There are two parts to the principle of the minimum dose: first, the homeopathic physician prescribes only a very small number of doses and waits to see what effect it has; and second, the medicine is given only in infinitesimal doses.