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Three main areas of QNRT

Quantum Neuro Reset Therapy (QNRT) is based on the principle that the brain and nervous system control and coordinate all functions of the body. Unresolved emotional stress, past or present, is understood to affect the nervous system in an adverse way that may lead to physical, mental and emotional breakdown.

QNRT focuses on three main areas during therapy

  1. It works to “Release” individual adverse emotional experiences that have been identified through evaluating the stress factors of the brain/body connection.
  2. It works to “Reprogram” the coping mechanisms that have been built from the adverse emotional experiences. These ancillary patterns are ways of surviving emotional traumas by using false beliefs, negative life patterns and/or unwanted core drivers.
  3. It works to “Reset” the brain and neurological pathways to all areas of the body so that the individual can heal unencumbered.

There are many different therapeutic aspects to QNRT. An Advanced Certified Quantum Neurological Reset Therapy Practitioner can identify core drivers, negative thought patterns, inflammation, infection, toxicity, environmental triggers, food allergies, etc. For example, the emotional neurological conflict to gluten and wheat is not being able to hold things together. The emotional neurological conflict to gliadin is feeling defective and not mounting up. 

Dr. Amy Endru, D.C.

Dr. Endru is a chiropractor and owner of Sheboygan Chiropractic Plus and Sheboygan Lipo Laser. She is very passionate about her work and is always striving to stay up to date with the latest practices. With her business Sheboygan Lipo Laser, she has been able to explore techniques outside of chiropractic. Most recently, she has been certified as an Advanced QNRT Practitioner. For more information, visit www.sheblipolaser.com or call 920-449-3400.

 

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