Welcome to Neuromechanical Innovations
The World's Instrument Adjusting Headquarters
Neuromechanical Innovations is the world leader in instrument-assisted spinal manipulation, chiropractic adjusting products and clinical training. With over thirty domestic and international patents and trademarks, NMI is the manufacturer of the Impulse® and iQ® Adjusting Instruments in use today in over 8,000 chiropractic offices in every state in the USA, all Canadian provinces, all Australian states, and in 52 countries around the world.
ABOUT OUR COMPANY
Founder and CEO Christopher J. Colloca, DC, PhD gives an introduction
to who we are and what we can do to take your chiropractic business into the future today
Why Choose Us?
Dr. Colloca, NMI’s CEO and Founder, reflected on the journey. “It was all about solving a need,” he said when asked why he began NMI. “Initially, I saw the need to provide chiropractors with three major improvements,” stated Dr. Colloca:
Born out of these tenets were the Impulse Adjusting Instrument® and Impulse Adjusting Technique®. A short decade later, Impulse Adjusting Technique® is one of the profession’s fastest growing chiropractic techniques, utilized in thousands of offices in over 52 countries around the world.
Neuromechanical Innovations prides itself on its Made in the U.S.A. manufacturing: Featuring a 12,000 sq. ft. corporate headquarters containing its ISO 13485 medical device manufacturing facility in Chandler, Arizona.
Dr. Colloca admits: “It would be easy to have our product made in China, like the spring-loaded activation devices that are on the market, but taking the easy road isn’t always the best road. We’ve implemented a quality management system in our own manufacturing facility that guarantees the quality of our products and secures our ability to offer a 3-year warranty on our products - one of the longest in the industry.”
Everything a Doctor of Chiropractic Could Ask For In An Adjusting Instrument
Dr. Colloca credits the unprecedented adoption of Impulse® to its unique benefits. “Impulse doesn’t hurt chiropractors’ hands and wrists like the old fashioned adjusting instruments that you had to squeeze to get to work. We improved the waveform of the thrust to emulate a half-sine wave that is twice as fast as the competition, and expanded the range of forces that the clinician could select from, in addition to adding single and multiple thrust capabilities for the user. In all, it’s everything a chiropractor could ask for in an adjusting instrument.