Neural Organization Technique (N.O.T.)  resets your body’s nervous system “programs”, much like rebooting or resetting a computer. The treatments is performed by hand and is completed in only 1 to 3 sessions of an hour or less. Once the corrections are completed the treatment is done. The body’s own intelligence can start to either halt the condition or reverse it and the disorganization does not return, unless there is a new significant trauma which leads to a new set of circuits being disorganized.

There are circuits and pathways in and on the surface of the body that allow it to function throughout life, much like a computer. When one receives a strong hit to the head or body, the nervous system programs can get neurologically dis-organized and health eventually diminishes.

N.O.T was developed in 1979 by Dr. Carl Ferreri (d.2007), a chiropractic kinesiologist who observed that there are 3 basic programs that the body uses to function. They are the defensive or fight and flight system, the feeding or digestive system, and the reproductive or hormonal system. Almost all health conditions known to the human involve dysfunction of at least one of these categories....Read more

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Some of the conditions very successfully treated with Neural Organization Technique

  • Head traumas, injuries and concussions
  • Chronic headaches/migraines and jaw or TMJ problems
  • Chronic neck, shoulder, low back and hip problems, including sciatica and disc degeneration
  • Slow healing injuries from vehicle, work related or sports accidents
  • Recurring hip , elbow and shoulder weakness/tension and range of movement problems (frozen shoulder)
  • Scoliosis
  • Pain in tailbone
  • Chronic hip, knee, ankle and foot pain/instability (recurring sprains and strains)
  • Need for frequent chiropractic adjustments and/ or physical therapies
  • Recurring tightness in muscles and weak abdominals or core, even with exercise and stretching
  • Short leg syndrome
  • Digestive issues such as acid and gastritis, bloating, constipation or irregular bowel movements
  • Allergies, asthma, immune disorders and auto immune disorders including getting sick frequently
  • Chronic tiredness and fatigue
  • Hormonal issues such as low sex drive, irregular and/or crampy menstrual cycles
  • Blood sugar issues demonstrated by mood changes if hungry (hypoglycemia) and forms of diabetes
  • Thyroid issues such as body temperature irregularities
  • Difficulty reading, remembering and/or recalling information in school, at work, or in general
  • Balance problems, dizziness and vertigo
  • Some forms of depression, bipolarism, and schizophrenia and self destructive behaviors including suicidal tendencies
  • Dyslexia and hyperactivity
  • Parkinsons disease and multiple sclerosis
  • Seizure disorders such as epilepsy