At the end of March I attended the annual 2-day NES Health Conference. Lucky for me, it was in Melbourne so I was able to drive there and back each day.
Of course, that didn't stop me losing my way the first day :-( and missing the important first ten minutes of the first speaker, who was telling us about the latest updates to the technology.
So that you know what I'm talking about, here's a video that gives a brief overview of NES Health, the Total WellNES System and the science behind our system of healthcare.
There's a lot of solid research behind the NES Health system.
We were reminded at the conference of some of this research and urged to take a look at the public site, www.nespractitioners.com. I'm quite surprised that this is site is open to the public but it is. You can take a look if you wish.
When I looked at the research section, I was interested to find that in 2010 there had been a pilot study to look at the effectiveness of NES Health in treating stress and aging. The findings were quite positive. Here's a link if you want to take a look yourself.
The article reports on the pilot study but it also gives an excellent brief overview of NES Health. Not only that, it provides brief case studies of the 21 participants.
I plan to talk more about NES Health in future posts. In the meantime, if you would like a consultation, please get in touch with me.