Network Spinal Analysis (NSA) is the core clinical system that we use at The Well Being Center.
Network Care has a direct effect on client self-reported wellness which is TWICE that expected from healthy lifestyle practices (exercise, risk avoidance, optimal food choices). Network also has a major effect on wellness by promoting healthy lifestyle choices.
R.H. Blanks Ph.D.
Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology
University of California, Irvine
The NSA system has been shown to help people with conditions ranging from back pain to post-traumatic stress disorder, substance abuse and infertility, and studies have validated NSA care as a way to predictably enhance wellness and quality of life across the board.
NSA was developed in the early 1990s by Dr. Donald Epstein D.C. to help people resolve tension patterns which occur when the spinal cord is over-stretched because of physical injury or mental or emotional stress.
When the spinal cord tissues are tractioned they behave similar to an elongated rubber band and oscillate at a higher frequency, called a phase. That frequency is then distributed throughout the bodys 75-100 trillion cells via an elaborate nerve network.
During and NSA session we evaluate your spine and nervous system with the NSA protocol and check for the presence of one of five different possible phases of spinal cord tension. Then, instead of twisting, cracking or popping your spine, we use precise touch to specific areas near the ends of your spine with just a few ounces of pressure to create whats called spinal entrainment, a spontaneous wave-movement that travels through your body changing the frequency of the phase and releasing the tension.
Spinal entrainment has been shown to help the central nervous system reorganize and evolve, and people receiving NSA care are able to more quickly and easily decrease pain and adapt to change while developing a greater awareness of the relationships between their body, mind, and emotions.