Emotions are good and necessary. Normally, a person can have an emotional trauma, experience the emotion, and release the event. However, if the same person has a neuro-physiological deficit, the same emotional trauma can lodge in the body as an N.E.C. This is a reflex pattern very much associated with the conditioned response that Ivan Pavlov documented so well. Restimulated N.E.C.´s can cause recurrences of spinal subluxations and their remote complications.

What is N.E.T.

N.E.T. is a methodology of finding and removing vertebral subluxations associated with N.E.C.s which are preventing abnormal emotional responses from returning to their normal physiology.

The N.E.T. doctor uses muscle testing, body reflex points, and semantic reactions (physiological reactions to memories or words) to assist and guide you to recall a specific negative emotions and when it first occurred. This engages a specific neuro-emotional pattern, much as a computer operator engages a specific program on a computer screen. While you mentally hold the emotional memory, the doctor adjusts the associated spinal subluxations.

N.E.T. seeks to normalize a neurological imbalance using a structural correction, allowing a change in physiology. N.E.T. does not deal with the spiritual realm. It does not exorcise demons or entities. It does not predict the future or deal, in any way, with parapsychology. It does not tell people what their plan of action may, must, or should be.

N.E.T. does not make claims as to what may have actually happened in the past. Some N.E.C.s may be associated with imagined emotional events, such as nightmares or misperceptions. N.E.T. doctors term all memory events in an N.E.C. as an "EMOTIONAL REALITY," because they may or may not correspond with actual or historical reality.