What is Neurologically Based Chiropractic?

Neurologically Based Chiropractic may seem, at first, to be an unusual branch of chiropractic care, when in fact it is the central focus of what we do. Neurologically Based Chiropractic care focuses, first, on the nervous system and how it adapts to the stressors we experience on a day to day basis. The consequence of this adaptation is generally what drives the person to seek help. However, focusing on the consequence of your problem may well help you feel better and maybe even perform better for the short term, but it still leaves you with your original problem – poor adaptation! Chiropractic adjustments are a mainstay for Neurologically Based Chiropractic as they help unload tension that has built up in the nervous system. There are of course physical and mechanical benefits associated with the chiropractic adjustment also. However, by working to reduce neurological tension while helping the individual retrain his or her unique nerve system’s functional state, many individuals experience gains they had not expected or anticipated with care.



Dr. Aplin is a 1986 graduate of National College of Chiropractic. He has a post graduate certification in Chiropractic Spinal Trauma and has served as the Philosophy Chairman for the Alabama State Association. He is a regular team instructor with Chiropractic Equity Offices and actively travels both nationally and internationally to instruct fellow doctors in Neurologically Based Chiropractic. Dr. Aplin has contributed actively to the research community in both homeopathy and chiropractic, and participated in the development of the “NeuroInfiniti”, a neurophysiological stress evaluation and training tool for the Neurologically Based Chiropractor. He contributed as a panel presenter and instructor for the International Congress of EDS Health Practitioners. He serves as a frequent moderator for a weekly international live forum on Neurological Chiropractic, and Dr. Aplin is the Chief Instructor in Advanced Bio/Neurofeedback training for NeuroInfiniti. Dr. Aplin is active in his church, serving in the orchestra as a Latin Percussionist. He enjoys road and mountain biking, as well as fly-fishing during his free time.

Step 1

Give us a call: (256) 203-9433 to schedule a new patient exam with Dr. Aplin to discuss your health-related issues, your history, and future goals.

Step 2

Complete the intake forms online OR bring them with your on your visit.

Step 3

For acceptance, the doctors must be able to identify the cause of your condition and feel assured that your customized health plan will be successful.