March 24, 2009, Seattle, WA. – Dr. Richard Barwell, developer of Neurologically Based Chiropractic, provided a seminar in Seattle, WA. March 21, 2009, for West Coast chiropractors demonstrating how the NeuroInfiniti instrumentation documents that the chiropractic adjustment alters a patient’s neurological function. The seminar provided attending Doctors of Chiropractic with seven continuing education units from the Washington State Chiropractic Association.
“I’m so glad I went, I’ve got the missing link I’ve been searching for,” said Dr. Bruce Banman, DC from British Columbia. “The stuff on the neuronal pathway building was fantastic. For the first time in years, I have hope again. I can explain to others what I’ve been unable to put into words. I have something more than it works, but I don’t know why but trust me I’m a doctor. I can now explain, why we get the results we do, and why coming back is so important.”
Chiropractic has always been focused on the nervous system but has been lacking the objective findings for proof the adjustment alters neurological function; therefore the chiropractic profession’s credibility has been subject to being challenged.
The NeuroInfiniti instrumentation was developed to provide objective findings of the missing evidence. NeuroInfiniti, based on the research done over the last 40 years by the bio/neurofeedback professionals, combined with Thought Technology, developer of neurologic research quality instrumentation.
“The chiropractic profession can now offer reports that demonstrate the changes in patient neurophysiology through Chiropractic care,” said Dr. Barwell. “The test takes 20 minutes and represents a view of the dynamic capabilities for neural responses to stress and recovery. Each report includes brain wave activity, heart rate, respiration rate, heart rate variability, vascular response and epidermal activity. “
The NeuroInfiniti meets all FDA, ISO, and CE requirements and is the fourth generation..
The NeuroInfiniti program was developed by, Dr. Richard Barwell, a graduate of Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. The hardware is manufactured in Montreal by Thought Technology. For more information on The NeuroInfiniti, please contact DeDe Van Riper at (877) 233-0022, or e-mail us at Info@NeuroInfiniti.com.