Chiropractic/ Network Spinal Analysis
Network Spinal Analysis (NSA) utilizes gentle touch contacts on the spine to shift the body from a defense physiology to growth. Defense physiology shows up as a protective posturing which causes the shoulders to tighten, head to come forward, and our breath to diminish. This posture elongates the spinal cord diminishing blood supply to the brain, specifically the frontal lobe. In the evolution of the brain the frontal lobe is the newest portion and is responsible for higher thought, consciousness, empathy, love, sense of self, and sexual desires. The lower brain centers (hind brain), which is the more instinctual part of the brain becomes responsible for our actions. In this state we are reacting to life as opposed to responding from it. Although it is a viable short term strategy for us to be instinctual and make quick decisions when responding to threatening events it is damaging in the long term. Many signs of stress begin to show up as Anxiety, Insomnia, Fatigue, Digestive issues, Headaches, Allergy and Sinus issues, Irritability and Mood Swings as well as Neck/ Shoulder/ Low Back pain. A Network Spinal Analysis entrainment (or adjustment) promotes ease in the body using the stress and tension as the fuel for shifting the body to a more healthful state of being. During this time the neurological patterns holding us in a stress physiology are broken and reorganized to appropriately respond with greater adaptability to one's present environment. This shift creates strategies in the nervous system for connecting and releasing tension which has been shown to significantly improve wellness and quality of life.
To schedule your New Patient Exam email email@example.com
or check out the online scheduler.
The new patient exam is about an hour and covers your first 2 entrainments and follow up consultation. During this time we will perform a thermal scan and surface EMG test to see how your nervous system is currently dealing with stress in the body.
The cost is $150.
We accept PPO Insurance, Personal Injury/ Car Accident Insurance, HSA and FSA.