No other therapy completely compares.
Sensory Integration, often performed by occupational therapists, uses some of the same components, since it deals with sensory input to the brain.
Other professionals who address parts of this complex therapy include chiropractors and osteopaths (spine and visceral relationships), various therapists (cranial sacral therapy), nutritionists, neurologists and psychotherapists.
What’s unique about Books Neural Therapy is its whole-body approach. Books Neural Therapy is an incredibly logical and sequential series of adjustments to the brain and nervous system, designed to significantly improve brain function. It’s the first time anyone has thought to address the neurological system in a non-invasive, natural way.
Our traditional, Western medical model focuses on medication and invasive surgical procedures. Books Neural Therapy™ does not. Books Neural Therapy is a completely natural and non-invasive way of dealing with cause-and-effect relationships in the brain and body through gentle touch on key developmental reflex areas, bones, muscles and fascia, to name a few.