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Gentle Chiropractic Treatment

| Chiropractic Treatment | March 01, 2015


Gentle Chiropractic Care in Canberra

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Jason utilising NSA

My focus is on the delivery of an exceptionally gentle, ‘low force’ chiropractic method called Network Spinal Analysis, also known as Network Care or NSA Care. Most people find this form of chiropractic to be very comfortable, and yet very effective in helping with a range of conditions.
Network Spinal Analysis (NSA) is a form of neuroplastic treatment which uses gentle touches to the spine in order to stimulate the nervous system’s capacity to learn a strategy of self correction. This retrains the brain and nervous system so that the body can learn to reduce or even eliminate abnormal function that may be the cause of symptoms such as, but not limited to pain, weakness or numbness.
As well as being effective for symptom relief NSA Care is also great for improving overall wellbeing. In a retrospective study* of 2818 patients receiving Network Spinal Analysis (NSA) care, 59% of patients improved on the overall quality of life index, and about two thirds of patients showed clinical improvements in all of the following: physical state, mental/emotional state, stress evaluation and life enjoyment indices.  Another very encouraging conclusion of this study conducted by researchers at Irvine College of Medicine, which included over 2800 participants, was that 95% of respondents reported their expectations had been met with Network Care.

The following findings in this study* all showed statistically and clinically significant benefits with Network Care:

Improved Physical State Relative to

  • less physical pain
  • less tension or stiffness in the spine
  • fewer headaches
  • less menstrual discomfort

Mental/Emotional State Relative to:

  • Improved positive feelings about self less moodiness, angry outbursts, and depression more interest in life
  • Improved ability to think and concentrate
  • This anxiety and concern about vague fears
  • Improved ability to stay on a 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 Relative to:
  • Positive feelings about self
  • Interest in maintaining a healthy lifestyle
  • Incidence of feelings of joy or happiness
  • Experience of relaxation and well-being
  • Compassion for and acceptance of others
  • Feeling open when relating to others
  • Openness to gardens by “inner voice”

 

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

* Blanks, R.H.; Shuster, T.L.; Dobson, M.A. Retrospective Assessment of Network Care Using a Survey of Self-Related Health, Wellness and Quality of Life, Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research, 1997,Vol. 1, No. 4, p. 15-31.

To learn more about the benefits of this neuroplastic treatment, Network Spinal Analysis, and how it is utilised by Dr Jason and Dr Judy Barritt in the Optimal Health Centres, CLICK HERE

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