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Mario Stark, MD
Naturopathic Treatment,
Chiropractic, Sports Medicine
Friedrichstr. 4
D-78073 Bad Dürrheim, Germany
Phone: +49 7726 7060

Opening Hours:
Mon - Thur

8-12 AM

What Is Neurological Integration (NIS)?

NIS (Neurological Integration System, also known as Functional Medicine) is a system designed to diagnose and treat the body's self-regulation.

It is assumed that the brain as the control center of the nervous system has the ability to control the functions of ALL cells, organs and other tissues and to regulate them in such a way that an optimal function of the "total system of a human being" is achieved.

Nerve Cells - Central Element of Neurological Integration NIS

The brain of every human being knows the blueprint of the entire body down to the tiniest detail and is able to control all its tissues, organs and even the functions of individual cells in a perfect way.

The proper and undisturbed Function of the nervous system is the prerequisite for well-being and health.
Almost every symptom can ultimately be treated via the nervous system.

In the event that an organ, muscle, bone, or other tissue is overstrained or damaged - for example, by stress, infection, or physical impact - the brain normally initiates the necessary corrective or repair measures immediately.

However, if a certain stress limit, which differs for each person, is exceeded, this internal body communication can be weakened or disturbed. In this case, the brain can neither receive information about the current condition of the body region, nor can it transmit the necessary information for the correction. As a result, the regular function of this body part cannot be restored optimally, and symptoms of disease may develop, which often vary from patient to patient.

How Is the NIS Treatment Performed?

The therapy is based on first finding the hidden causes that are producing the discomfort, then allowing the brain to recognize the dysfunction, so that it can possibly initiate corrective regulation or reparation on its own.

Example of a treatment with Neurological Integration NIS by Mario Stark, M.D.

In practice, the following procedure is used for this purpose:

Using manual stimuli at specific points on the body, it is possible to determine whether or not the muscle, organ or joint is able to communicate optimally with the brain (and other organs).

Once a disorder has been identified and localized in this way, the communication to the functionally disturbed body region can possibly be improved significantly by a specific and very targeted stimulus, which the treating physician transmits directly to the brain by means of physical touch.

Immediately afterwards, a muscle test can be used to check whether the stimulus was correctly understood by the brain.

This enables the brain to restore the proper Function of each body part via the nervous system through appropriate regulation and thus to potentially restore the harmonious cooperation of all tissues.

No technical equipment is required for either the diagnosis or the treatment - both are performed by the attending physician with his hands.

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