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Network Spinal Analysis (NSA)

What is Network Spinal Analysis (NSA)?

NSA is an evidence based approach to wellness and body awareness. Gentle, precise touch to the spine cues the brain to create new wellness-promoting strategies. NSA optimizes spinal and neural integrity resulting in a more flexible spine. Each adjustment frees interference to the nerve system and mechanical tension from the structures that support the spine. NSA is exclusively practiced by Doctors of Chiropractic.

Through Network Care the brain and body generate two waves. These waves result in reorganization of tension from your spine, increased range of motion between your individual vertabra, and overall optimization of your nervous system’s capability to communicate with itself. These changes in your body inherently result in changes in your life.

The first wave is a breathing wave, or respiratory wave. This develops during the first level of NSA care. The second is a body mind, or somatopsychic wave,

which develops in your spine if you choose to continue care beyond the basic recovery care level. This is an exciting aspect of NSA where deep healing takes place.

As these healing waves progress along a person’s spine they are associated with dissipation of acute and chronic physical symptoms as well as chemical and emotional stress that the body has not yet recovered from. Distortions in alignment and posture begin to self correct. As people’s spine become more aligned and clear they are no longer restricted by symptoms. They now have the resources to participate more fully in their life.

Extensive and ongoing research has shown that by applying very gentle touches to specific regions of the spine in a particular and precise sequence, the spine is able to reconfigure itself.

The beneficial impact of this work has been profound for many. In fact, since the early 1980’s, Network Care has increasingly caught the attention of leading researchers in many disciplines, including physics, anthropology, cardiology and the social sciences