What is Neurolink?

Neurolink (NIS) is a neurological integration system based on neuroscience principles. The brain is the most knowledgeable about your body. NIS gives Dr. Cari access to information to determine real causes and not just symptoms. With NIS, the brain makes the corrections needed by the body as it evaluates all aspects of body function and their interdependencies.

Your brain is the coordinating centerpiece of our nervous system, conscious actions, thought processing, feelings and memories. In addition, it is responsible for automatic functions such as the heart, blood pressure, temperature, and breathing. Your sense of wellness is an expression of whether your brain is fully cognizant of all body systems. Neuroplasticity explains how our most complex organ is capable of changing throughout our lives, & is the basis of how NIS works. 

By working with such a large tool box, I am able to pick and choose modalities to customize a treatment plan best suited for you. I know we are in difficult, economic times and I want to make my sessions affordable for everyone. Therefore, I base my prices on time spent, instead of an ala carte system. 

NIS is suitable for the whole family.

Your practitioner is accessing the brains intelligence, though a muscle test and proprietary integration method - developed by Neurolink.

The approach is safe, non-invasive, non-manipulative, so it is therefore 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.

What is Neurolink good for?

Aging (arthritis / joint degeneration/ osteoporosis)

Allergies (psoriasis/ hayfever/ digestive issues)

Asthma (respiratory complaints affecting both children & adults)

Back & neck pain (structural issues/ sciatica)

Children (reflux/ colic/ ear infections/ asthma)

Chronic fatigue (ME)

Circulation (blood pressure)

Depression (anxiety, stress)

Digestion (irritable bowel/ gluten intolerance)

Learning / behavioural (ADHD/ ADD/ dyslexia/ hyperactivity/ aspergers/ dysphagia)

Men’s health (fertility/ prostrate)

Migraine & headaches

Neurological Injury (trauma)

Skin problems (eczema/ dermatitis/ psoriasis)

Sleep disorders (insomnia/ apnea/ tiredness)

Sports (injuries/ training)

Viruses/ immunity (colds & flu)

Women’s health (fertility/ PMT/ menopause/ pregnancy)

What can I expect from Neurolink?

Dr. Cari will go through a list of protocols they are following. These protocols are the NIS system. Depending on the amount of training they have done, there is anywhere between 10 – 46 steps that they may be evaluating. They will also use a muscle test, and contact specific anatomical contact points.

After your first treatment:

In our experience at the Neurolink Clinic often patients will experience some relief and progress in the space of one visit, but to fully resolve complaints it usually requires a program of treatments over several visits. Treatment with NIS is different to other healthcare providers in that we are working to address underlying causes so that the end result is sustainable.

One must understand that with NIS practitioners are addressing a lot more than just the symptom pattern you came in with.  In many cases patients have a list of complaints, not just one, and often have had their complaint(s) for a number of years.

At the time you leave your visit the brain will already be 'sending out messages' to initiate physiological change. Change is already beginning; however this is a process and may continue for some days or weeks (depending on your complaint).

Your NIS Practitioner will be able to guide you better following your first consultation.

How long will the results last

Each case is unique, and treatment findings will vary from person to person - even for two patients with the same issue. Results can depend on the length of time the person has had the complaint, the severity and the age of the person. There are some complaints that should only need to be addressed once (over the first series of treatments). Take dyslexia for example, once the issue of neurological disorganization is resolved, this shouldn’t reoccur.

But as we go though our daily lives we are continuously exposed to external stresses that can sometimes overload our body systems causing new issues to arise. The key is be pro-active, to have regular maintenance ‘check-ups’.