Linking the Mind and Body
Dr. Walker graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1965, and although the large majority of his patients were getting excellent results, he was constantly frustrated when some of his patients with chronic conditions simply were not experiencing the same degree of improvement. Dr. Walker was an expert adjuster and he also knew how to support the body with proper nutrition, but he continued to observe that a mind-body element was not being fully addressed.
For some time, Dr. Walker had already been studying a lot of acupuncture, homeopathy, nutrition, muscle testing and a lot of other things related to healing. Then it all came together for him. He thought, "what if we could deal with the stress component of health by making our correction while the patient was in that stressful state."
Using Stress to Our Advantage
He soon put the pieces together, using specific reflex points and correlations of emotions from ancient acupuncture meridians to help the patient focus on a particular feeling. Using muscle testing, he was also able to assist the patient in quickly pinpointing the original incident that gave rise to the stress-triggered conditioned response. He theorized that once these had been identified, he might be able to correct the stress imbalance by having the patient think about the incident while he adjusted the spine. As it turned out, he was very, very right and powerful results started happening.
Amazingly, chronic problems were now resolving for the first time! Patients began excitedly sharing their dramatic results with others. Soon, local practitioners in the area were asking Dr. Walker, "Exactly what are you doing?" With the simple explanation of what he was doing, came their request that he share and demonstrate this technique in a seminar.
The Demand Grows
From that first NET training in May of 1988, the demand for NET has grown so that today, Drs. Scott and Deb Walker travel almost constantly, sharing NET to eager practitioners of all disciplines. The stories of dramatic results just keep pouring in. And, not only do they tell of the patients' successes, but they also tell of how much the practitioners benefit personally and professionally as well.