This Evaluation & Treatment System is also called NeuroLink. It was developed by Dr. Allen Phillips, an osteopathic physician in New Zealand. He has taught the system internationally for many years.
It’s a priority-based system that uses muscle testing to scan the body for
weak links in brain-to-brain, brain-to-body, and organ-to-organ communication.
Priority-based means that the most important imbalances are identified and corrected first. This builds a well-functioning foundation upon which subsequent work can rest.
I’ll share a NeuroLink experience with you that really got my attention. My wife, Ariel, and I were spending the winter in the Arizona desert, about 10 miles of bad road away from the little town of Ajo, and 200 miles from the nearest hospital.
She came down with severe lower back pain, mild fever and headache. Any movement exacerbated her symptoms. She could barely manage to use the bathroom, which was right next to the bed. We concluded it was probably meningitis.
We knew what likely awaited her at the hospital, had we made the trip. There would be x-rays and a spinal tap in an attempt to culture the infective organism. She has an extremely sensitive system, and we knew the trip and the workup would have been very challenging for her.
We decided to try this new system I’d learned, called Neurolink. I’d had little experience with it, but it seemed worth a try. The testing suggested that the primary infective agent was a fungus. I gave her a natural antimicrobial brew and two sessions a day of NeuroLink.
She improved each day, and a week later she was standing and walking without pain. What a relief! NeuroLink has continued to be very helpful to her in other ways. It clearly enhanced her brain function and improved several residual symptoms of a previous brain injury.