• Newcastle, Australia

    NeuroImpulse Protocol Newcastle 2014

    What is NeuroImpulse Protocol or NIP? It is a rational protocol of assessment and correction of the subluxation, based on the natural laws of physics and best available

  • What is the Subluxation?

    Dr Neil Davies, Chiropractor, discusses the Muscle Compartment Syndrome as an integral part of the subluxation complex during the Kiro Kids Sydney seminar: Chiropractic Management

  • Healthier Backpacks for Children

    Written by Lisa Elaine Held on August 10, 2011. Posted in Healthy Manhattan, Posts
    Backpacks do much more than carry students’ books when they return

  • Paediatric Radiology Videos

    Kiro Kids is privileged to have a collection of videos produced by Dr Lindsay Rowe, Consultant Radiologist. I met Lindsay when he was still a

  • Examining the Child Video

    In teaching the Certificate and Masters courses in Chiropractic Paediatrics, Kiro Kids created a superb range of teaching tools with the assistance and guidance of

  • Chiropractic for Children

    Reprinted from CAA VIC, Resources


    As caring parents we are often confronted with decisions regarding the health and well-being of our children. Decisions

Kiro Kids welcomes you to NeuroImpulse Protocol. NIP is a rational neurologically based analysis and correction protocol for detecting the subluxation for the thinking chiropractic clinician.

Examining the Child Video

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In teaching the Certificate and Masters courses in Chiropractic Paediatrics, Kiro Kids created a superb range of teaching tools with the assistance and guidance of

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Just Start Walking

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With the Just Start Walking Australia mobile app, you can track your walks via GPS, log your walking history, share your walks with friends online

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Chiropractic for Children

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Reprinted from CAA VIC, Resources

As caring parents we are often confronted with decisions regarding the health and well-being of our children. Decisions

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Children & TV

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Reprinted from BBC Health UK with full credit…
TV and computer games are blamed for everything from turning our children into a generation of couch

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Children & Growth Charts

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Chiropractors caring for children should keep their own records of infant and childrens’ growth charts. This includes transcribing any past history of records and continuing

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Motion Palpation Quiz

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We don’t want to give anyone bad dreams by recalling their undergraduate studies and multiple choice exams but the fact is these are a great

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The Vertebral Subluxation Syndrome

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By Meridel I. Gatterman, MA, DC, MEd
The term subluxation has been used to describe the lesion treated by chiropractors since its inceptionThe term subluxation

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Is the Spinal Subluxation a Risk Factor?

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By Meridel I. Gatterman, MA, DC, MEd
Risk factors come in a variety of distinctions, from those for cardiovascular disease and some forms of cancer

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NIP Academy teaches a neurological approach to the subluxation

The Brain That Changes Itself

November 2, 2012 - No Comments

Norman Doidge’s fascinating synopsis of the current revolution in neuroscience straddles this gap: the age-old distinction between the brain and the mind is crumbling fast

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Evidence Based Research

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Dr Neil Davies introduced the recent Adjusting the Child seminar in Melbourne, July 2012, with a discussion of the chiropractic vertebral subluxation, evidence-based research and

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