Network Spinal Analysis vs Traditional Chiropractic Care
Less is MORE!
The traditional symptomatic chiropractic care I once offered ... a few cracks in the neck and low back, often only offered short term relief. Network Care is a combination of over 10 uniquely different techniques. This allows me to work with your situation form multiple angles - maximizing the benefit you can receive from care. Also, Network Care teaches the body how to integrate and sustain the adjustment/entrainment.
U. C. Irvine Medical School, in California, studied Network Care. The results? Conclusive. They were able to demonstrate significant improvement in pain and stress levels. The study concluded that out of 2,818 subjects, a stunning 99% were more than satisfied with the level of care they received, and its long-term results.
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The Beginning of my Love Affair with NSA
When I arrived at chiropractic school, everyone had to choose a student doctor to care for them. I chose a neighbor who did the traditional popping and cracking. I found that over time my symptoms would get worse. I had more pain, and my spine was beginning to feel hyper mobile and somewhat unstable. So I prayed for help and guidance. It wasn’t but a week later that a friend introduced me to a Network Chiropractor. I didn’t experience much for the first few weeks, but I really liked the chiropractor so I continued with care. After a few months, things really changed. My debilitating food allergies were becoming a non issue, my ability to focus and hear in class was improving dramatically, and my spinal symptoms had all but gone. This was like nothing I had ever experienced before, and it turned me into a believer!
Before I learned NSA, I practiced the way most traditionally trained chiropractors did, and focused on the following:
1. Temporary pain reduction
2. Decrease in muscle spasms
3. Increase in range of motion
Mostly cracking in the low back and neck, and patients often reported fair-to-good changes in the short term, but not so much in the long term.
After I started offering Network Care, people would often have profound and meaningful long term changes, physically, as well as on many other levels.
If you would like to get off the symptom chasing merry-go-round, and are ready to make long term changes, this is the office for you.