The Afferent Input Solution (AIS) is a diagnostic technique system for health professionals based on known anatomy, neurology and physiology applied in novel and clinically relevant ways.
AIS enables fully qualified health practitioners to examine and challenge their patients’ primary defence mechanism – the nervous system, and identify any and all weaknesses which make them vulnerable to illness or injury. This analysis quickly uncovers the best solution for that patient at that time.
Our health is largely determined by our ability to withstand external forces so the Afferent Input Solution gives health practitioners the tools they need to be able to assess your patient’s ability to withstand an external force by looking for their most significant weakness or weakest link.
Once you have found a patient’s weakness all you need to do is reverse-engineer the problem to figure out the solution.
Generally, patients with NO WEAKNESSES are incredibly robust and healthy. As they should be.
Eliminating weakness in any patient makes them more robust – physically, mentally, emotionally and chemically, no matter what their presenting complaint might be.
No matter what your patient is doing or what condition they have, being stronger makes them more able to handle whatever stress life is throwing at them.
No other diagnostic system enables practitioners to test for the normal, innate, natural strength that comes from having a properly functioning nervous system, which is different and distinct from the strength that comes from exercise.
The Afferent Input Solution is always constructive. It builds strong and robust patients who can overcome any health challenge, be it physical, chemical, biological or emotional – responding to any stress appropriately and repairing damage quickly and efficiently. Although it is an effective treatment method, it’s primary advantage is in restoring optimal function to prevent future injury and illness.
Whatever your experience in healthcare, we invite you to investigate the science, logic and practice of afferent input so that you can improve the outcomes of every one of your patients.