Network Spinal Analysis

Network Spinal Care is a system of assessing and contributing to spinal and neural integrity, as well as health and wellness. Practitioners employ gentle force applications to the spine assisting the body’s self-regulation of tension in the neurological system. The body naturally develops strategies for dissipation of stored tension/energy, thus enhancing self-regulation of tension and spinal interference.


  1. Improved Physical State relative to:
  • Less physical pain
  • Less tension or stiffness of spine Improved allergies, eczema, and skin rashes
  • Fewer incidences of colds and flu Fewer headaches
  • Less menstrual discomfort
  1. Improved 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
  • Less anxiety and concern about vague fears
  • Improved ability to stay on task Less distress about pain
  1. Improved Response to Stress: Less stress relative to:
  • Family
  • Significant relationship
  • Health
  • Finances
  • Daily problems
  • Work
  • General well being
  1. Improved Life Enjoyment relative to:
  • 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
  1. 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.

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