Benefits of NetworkSpinal/NSA

The benefits of NetworkSpinal (previously NSA (Network Spinal Analysis) and Network Chiropractic) Chiropractic Care according to the research:

A retrospective study of 2,818 patients receiving Network care in the United States and around the world, demonstrated that Network care is associated with profound and statistically significant improvement in self-reported wellness areas. Patients report changes in:

Improved Physical State:

· Less physical pain
· Less tension or stiffness of spine
· Improved allergies, eczema,
· skin rashes
· Fewer incidence of colds and flu
· Fewer headaches
· Less menstrual discomfort

Improved Mental/Emotional State:

· Positive feelings about self-moodiness, less angry outbursts, less depression, more interest in life
· Improved ability to think and concentrate
· Less anxiety and concern about vague fears
· Improved ability to stay on task, less distress about pain

Improved Response to Stress:
(Less stress relative to:)

· Family
· Significant relationship
· Health
· Finances
· Daily problems
· Work
· General well being

Improved Life Enjoyment:

· Openness to guidance by “inner voice feelings”
· Experience of relaxation and well being
· Positive feelings about self, interest in maintaining a healthy lifestyle
· Feeling open when relating to others
· Confidence when dealing with adversity
· Compassion for and acceptance of others
· Incidence of feelings of joy or happiness

Improved Overall Quality of Life relative to:

· Personal life
· Oneself
· Extent one adapts to change
· Handling of problems in life
· Actual life accomplishments
· Life as a whole
· Overall contentment with life
· Significant other
· Job
· Life being what one wants it to be
· Romantic life
· Actual work done
· Co-workers
· Physical appearance

In addition to these categories, there was also a significant increase in health promoting practices and a decrease in health detracting practices.

Blanks, RH; Boone, WR; Schmidt, S; Dobson, M; Network Care: A retrospective outcomes
assessment. 1996

Dobson, M; Boone WR; Blanks, RH; Women and Alternative Health Care: A retrospective
study of recipients of Network Care. 1996