What is NeuroImpulse Protocol (NIP)?

NIP, Chiropractor, Hawthorn, GSSC, Dr Veronique Schocroft

 NIP, Chiropractor, Hawthorn, GSSC, Dr Veronique Schocroft

Chiropractic without the cracks!

The NeuroImpulse Protocol is a form of a full body assessment that has a more neurological emphasis. Think of your brain as being like a computer – if you change the input to the computer, that will change the output. It’s the same for your body; if you change the input to your brain through having pain or loss of normal movement information from part of your body. Perhaps you may start to limp or have a change in posture. This makes you susceptible to more aches and pains. The aim of NIP is to normalise the input to your brain and therefore the output.

What is an NIP examination like?

The examination involves the integration of very precise chiropractic assessment techniques and detailed neurological examination. This will include specific reflex testing, muscle tests and testing ranges of motion of spinal joints, extremity joints, joints at the front of the body or the cranium. This helps to direct the chiropractor to the exact location to adjust.

Will I hear a cracking or popping noise when I am adjusted?

No – The adjusting techniques that our Chiropractor Veronique Schocroft uses may be different to the mechanical manipulations you traditionally associate with a chiropractor. NIP adjustments are low force by nature and you will not feel or hear any cracking sounds. It is the speed and the specific direction of the thrust that has a direct and profound effect on the nerve supply to and from the involved area. The adjustment is a hold and impulse technique directed to restore normal neurological function without force rather than a mechanical manipulation. Following your adjustment you should see an immediate difference in body function including increased range of movement and increased muscle strength as interference to your nervous system, has been reduced.

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