NEURO-PROCARE PROTOCOL encompasses a multi-dimensional approach to a unique system of techniques and knowledge in functional neurology, biomechanics, kinesiology, functional biochemistry, HEALING techniques in chiropractic and other healing arts.

My protocol involves more than 200 systems of TECHNIQUES.

INSTRUMENTATION on the day of initial visit like EMG (electromyogram), thermal imaging, heart rate variability, gonstead nervoscope readings, delta T instrument, muscle testing, palpation, motion palpation, spinal cord soft tissue tension and dural meningeal tension tests, sacro-occipital technique analysis, coherent light biophoton test, allergy testing and electromagnetic vials testing, neurotransmitters electomagnetic vials analysis, hypothalamus-thalamus test, neuro-emotional and psychoneurobiology ART testing. GONSTEAD X-RAYS ANALYSIS IF REQUIRED.


Chiropractic is an ART, which means the skills required to excel depends on a gift and loads of experience in learning and developing individual skills in many system of techniques… the philosophy is simple: To reset lost functions due to various stresses and reboot inherent recuperative powers through adjustive procedures and finding natural remedies or supplements to help the patient to maximise his percentage of health function.

Proper guidance to avoid the wrongdoing or wrong thinking.

Subconscious and unconscious issues could be addressed if it shows up whilst being adjusted and reprogrammed.

Functional biochemistry aims to restore normal function using nutritional and natural medicine intervention, in contrast, pharmaceutical medicine generally designed to block normal biochemical function and is therefore symptomatic in approach. Functional biochemistry is an evolving aspect of applied kinesiology founded by Dr George Goodheart some 40 years ago.

Applied kinesiology is a diagnostic tool using the manual muscle test to evaluate the motor response of the central nervous system to a sensory challenge.

Sensory receptors:

  • Mechanoreceptors 90%
  • Nociceptors (pain receptors)
  • Thermal receptors
  • Chemoreceptors (ie carotid body with co2)
  • Receptors are present in:

Receptors are present in:

  • Muscles
  • Tendons
  • Joints Mouth (gustatory)
  • Nose (offactory)
  • Eyes (visual)
  • Ears (auditory)
  • Skin (touch, temperature, vibration and electromagnetic)

The power that made the body heals the body, within us lies: The recuperative power of the body/mind to heal, and I would say the restoration of health with reprogramming a bio-computer is the key of the vision of adjusting the various levels of human beings.
The nerve interference complex and the subluxated state where oneself has a very stressed nervous system has many theory attached to it. This would give proper reasoning for normal chiropractic care to be found and for an advanced protocol like Neuroprocare to be given as well.
There is the notion that an inborn wisdom has created our cells to divide from one cell to trillions and multiply to make an embryon to a foetus, to become the man and woman we all are.
This inborn wisdom regulates every functions of the body through our subconscious nervous system. It is a complex network at data of stimuli that have occurred within ourselves in our lifetime which is the accumulation of many input/stresses.

Accurate functional sensory neurological testing

Receptors are present in:

  • Forebrain (telencephalon cortex and basal ganglia)
  • Diencephalon (thalamus/hypothalamus)
  • Cerebellum vermis and cerebellar hemispheres
  • Hindbrain mesencephalon (midbrain)
  • Pons
  • Medulla oblongata

“Man possesses a potential for recovery through the innate intelligence of the human structure. This recovery potential with which he is endowed merely waits for your hand, your heart, and your mind to bring it to potential being and allow the recovery to take place which is man’s natural heritage. It benefits man, it benefits you, and it benefits our profession. Do it, do it with knowledge, do it with physiological facts, do it with predictable certainty, do it because it has to be done, and we as a profession are the only ones who can do it effectively.”
Dr George Goodheart D.C.

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In the words of our patiens

"Jerome has given me some great relief with his neuroprocare approach and it has been great to have him within our team. Chiropractic adjustments is part of getting myself rebalanced and reconnected after injury. And the horses are not complaining either!"

Tony McCoy


“There are many called qualified professionals in their field, and a few of them are passionate about their profession rather than just regurgitating what they were taught at university. Jerome Poupel is not only qualified and passionate about chiropractic but I have no doubt that he will be credited with advancing his profession into the twenty first century.

I would not hesitate to recommend his services to anyone who like me sees chiropractic as an essential part of our modern busy lives.”

David Coulthard

Formula 1 Driver

“Thank you Jérôme for your help and treatment, it was a really nice experience and you’ve helped me a lot with my whole body and my nervous system during Wimbledon 2018! Definitely one of the best chiropractors I’ve ever met!”

Alison Van Uytvanck

World Tennis Player

“Playing rugby for 10 years professionally I have come to handle injures and deal with them to get me back on the rugby field. When I met Jerome I learnt a lot more about the human body and how under utilised it is and the potential for me to get more out of myself, both mentally and physically. His passion for what he does is second to none and turns what most of us would consider a job to be something very empowering. Thank you, Jerome.”

Ali Williams

ALL BLACK New Zealand Rugby Team 2011

“Thank you so much for all your help on and off the court as well. You are the best chiropractor and doctor in the world and most importantly a fantastic person. With love, Daniela.”

Daniela Hantuchova

World Tennis Player


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