NeuroImpuse Protocol™ Courses
NeuroImpulse Protocol teaching program is available to learn through 2 different streams:
By course (Including NeuroImpulse Protocol Spinal Basics, NeuroImpulse Protocol Beyond the Spine and the NeuroImpulse Protocol Accreditation exam).
Purchase the entire learning program and work through at your own pace.
At the conclusion of each module their will be a multiple choice test which will ensure you’ve learnt the information contained within the module and you are able to move to the next module upon successful completion.
Successful completion of each group of NIP learning also allows you to keep track of your NIP journey and identify any areas you may like further assistance and we can assist with face to face tutorials or attending our seminars.
NIP Spinal Basic
History – Development of the NIP
Functional Neurology and the Chiropractic Subluxation
Subluxation Central The Upper Cervical Complex
The Lumbopelvic Region in the Neuropathic Process
The role of the Lower Cervical and Thoracic Spine in the Neuropathic Process
The role of the Shoulder Girdle in the Neuropathic Process
NIP Beyond the Spine
The role of the Upper Limb in the Neuropathic Process
The role of the Lowe Limb in the Neuropathic Process
The Cranial Connection and the Neuropathic Process
The role of Neuromuscular dysfunction in the Neuropathic Process
The role of the Front of Body Structures in the Neuropathic Process
NIP Course Bundle
NeuroImpulse Protocol Spinal Basics
NeuroImpulse Protocol Beyond the Spine
To purchase this complete course bundle at a discounted price, click the button below and login to our learning system.
On the course bundle page, click the ‘Get all’ button for a reduced price of $700 AUD.
NIP Accreditation Exam
An accredited NIP practitioner is one who has completed the entire platform of training and has successfully completed both the written and practical examinations. Once accredited, the practitioner may apply to be added to the NIP website which identifies all trained and accredited NIP practitioners. This examination protocol acts as a quality control mechanism to give confidence to other NIP practitioners referring patients as they move from place to place and also to identify those practitioners who are available to provide locum services both locally and internationally.