Neuro-Emotional Technique

Neuro-Emotional Technique

A therapy developed in the late 1980s by an American chiropractor, Scott Walker, which is a synthesis of acupuncture (meridian therapy), kinesiology (muscle testing), chiropractic activator technique, nutritional support and homeopathy.
NET is based on Walker’s belief that many physical conditions (e.g., myofascial tension, pain, TMJ syndrome and others) are due to the long-term effects of negative emotions.
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Services provided at the new clinic include Satiety 365 Weight Loss Program, 80/20 Metabolic Reset Program, Food Sensitivity Testing, Clinical Nutrition, Acupuncture, Cupping, Massage Therapy, Neuro-Emotional Technique, and Complex Nutritional Scan.
The initial assessment and subsequent treatment incorporated the perspectives of multiple therapeutic approaches, including cognitive behavioral therapy, neurofeedback, mind/body approaches, sobriety education, neuro-emotional technique (NET), meditation and traditional Chinese medicine.
Jennifer Greenfield in 2007, and offers health and wellness services including chiropractic, myofascial release, acupuncture, allergy elimination technique, hormone assessment, Tuina/Chinese massage, Applied Kinesiology, neuro-emotional technique and reflexology.
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