Neuro-Emotional Technique (NET) is a proven, non-invasive, drug-free way to solve a wide variety of physical pain and discomfort, and it can also be a powerful tool to help improve one’s whole life.3
Neuro Emotional Technique (NET) is a holistic mind-body approach based on the concept that unresolved emotional trauma is stored in the body.2
It aims to identify and resolve Neuro Emotional Complexes (NECs) either via the associated vertebral subluxation(s) or active pulse point(s) to normalize abnormal physical and behavioral patterns.1
NET is designed to address the biopsychosocial aspects of acute and chronic conditions, including non-musculoskeletal conditions. Anecdotally, it has been suggested that ADHD may be managed effectively by NET.0
Clearing stress and trauma blockages allows individuals to make decisions without attachment to previous negative emotional experiences and rebuild positive response patterns in their life.
The Home Run Formula
The Home Run Formula is a key part of NET, and inspired by a principle that is thousands of years old, known as the Five Element Law. This acupuncture theory connects specific emotional responses with specific meridians. For example, “over sympathetic” is linked to the stomach meridian, “grief” is linked to the lung meridian, and “anger” is linked to the liver meridian.
Although stress and stress-related symptoms can be a huge component of health, obviously other factors are often cause and/or contribute to dis-ease.
What I do fits on all of thel bases of the Home Run Formula. When we find a problem or a need, we address all the bases in the appropriate order.
The Science Behind NET
Research has been published across medical journals, scientifically validating the treatment of Neuro Emotional Technique on reducing emotional distress in patients who had suffered traumatic stress symptoms.
One Research Foundation has found changes in cerebellar functional connectivity and autonomic regulation on cancer patients who had been given NET treatment. These dramatic changes are demonstrated through fMRI brain imagery of pre and post NET treatment.
Figure 1 shows the brain scan during the re-experiencing of trauma – when a patient was told verbally about their original traumatic event, before being treated with NET.
Presented with the same stimulus, Figure 2 demonstrates how the brain has returned to normal healthy functioning after having had NET treatment.