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Neurologic Integration - Neurolink

Neurological Integration System

How can NIS help me?

Using the Neurological Integration System (NIS) Dr. Braswell has the ability to treat a wide spectrum of complaints for you and your family.
But first it is important to understand a little bit more about complaints, and how they are viewed by NIS. Only then you will be able to comprehend just how wide the scope of treatment can be.

How are complaints viewed with NIS?

The way your complaint is viewed by NIS is quite different to other healthcare options. Most options are in some way or another only treating your symptoms and providing you with symptomatic relief. NIS addresses the real underlying causes to provide long-term, sustainable results.

For example: ASTHMA


Asthma is a label indicating inflammation of the airways, causing respiratory difficulty.
Rather than treat the inflammation itself which is a symptom only, NIS seeks to determine and address the issues that are causing the inflammation in the first place. The same principle applies for a myriad of complaints.
This means that an NIS treatment is tailor made for you!

By evaluating ALL the body systems that make up physiological function collectively – for each individual - real causes can be addressed, and superior result achieved.
Regardless of complaint, no two patients are the same. Each individual’s makeup is different and NIS addresses the specific needs and physiological
tolerances of each individual.
This is what makes an NIS treatment unique!


NIS is suitable for the whole family!

At each visit the goal is to determine and address what aspects of your body function the brain is not fully controlling. The approach is very non-invasive, stress & pain-free.

This makes an NIS treatment suitable for the newborn baby through to the very aged, and those that are very sick or injured. NIS is one of the safest methods of healthcare available.




Dr. Braswell will recommend an initial plan of care for your specific complaint and needs. Once you have completed that, ongoing preventative care is important.

Maintenance check-ups are important
Just like a car our bodies need to have a regular ‘tune-up’. As we go through our daily life there are always things that can potentially lead to one or more of our body systems being pushed to its maximum tolerance. Sometimes this maximum tolerance is exceeded and that particular body system is isolated into a safety net.

Often we are not even aware that our body is not functioning to its optimum, as we get busy and distracted. By not having regular preventative care for our health, serious consequences can arise.

Can you answer yes to any of the following?

a. Do you suffer from broken sleep?
b. Do you have digestion issues?
c. Do you have an irregular bowel?
d. Are you constantly tired or fatigued?

If you answer yes to any of the above – you could be housing a sub-clinical infection.

What does that mean?
It means that your immune system is compromised or pre-occupied.

With NIS Dr. Braswell addresses the issues behind the symptoms that keep your system running at ‘below par’. This will in turn remove any potential threats to your immune system. Keeping your immune response at its optimum helps make you exempt from becoming a candidate for more serious complaints.

How often should I have a maintenance ‘check-up?
The life of a red blood cell is 120 days, and it is to this cycle that we suggest having that ‘tune-up’.
Red bloods cells perform the most important duty of travelling through your body delivering oxygen and removing waste. Your bones are continually producing new red blood cells. Aged red blood cells are removed by the liver, spleen and bone marrow. Your body is hard at work all the time.

Our experience has shown that the body struggles to keep itself at its optimum longer than around
100-120 days - the average life cycle of a red blood cell. It is to this quarterly cycle that we suggest having that ‘maintenance’ check-up.

This will take care of any small issues today – with a view to preventing larger issues developing in the future.

With NIS your practitioner is able to treat a spectrum of complaints...

STRUCTURAL - spinal, muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints
PHYSICAL - immune, digestive, respiratory, heart, chronic
PATHOLOGICAL - infections: viral, bacterial, fungal, protozoan
HORMONAL - depression, fertility, female health
EMOTIONAL - anxiety, bi polar, PTSD
Please note this is not a complete list. There are many other areas that may be resolved with NIS. For more information please visit the Neurolink website or speak to your NIS practitioner.