Network Spinal Analysis
Network spinal Analysis is a technique, part of a movement known as Reorganizational Healing. Reorganizational Healing is health care model that goes beyond our current health care. The medical health care model is ‘restorative’ or ‘sick based’ focusing on getting rid of symptoms. This care works on getting the patient back to the state they were in directly before their symptoms started, often through the use of intensive physical therapy and or prescription drugs.
With Reorganizational Healing the focus is much greater than just getting rid of symptoms. This type of care makes it possible to feel even better than you did before the symptoms started, giving the you more energy and vitality. This is a healing process of mind and body, not just focusing on the symptoms alone. Our care goes deeper, as we look at all aspects of your life; your thoughts, eating habits, activities and your history.
The spinal cord is your body’s communication hub AND your tension hub. Stress produces tension and tension produces an interruption in communication and inhibits natural healing. As your body holds on to tension, it causes your body’s communication network to become overwhelmed, sidetracked, or derailed showing up as symptoms such as illness and pain. This interference can be cleared, through a series of light touches in specific ‘spinal gateways’ where the nerves need a reminder to connect with your brain. This touch is called ‘entrainment’ allowing the interruptions to be cleared allowing your body to train itself to respond proactively to stress instead of tension building in your body. Now your brain can pay better attention to the whole system, not just the one that’s ‘yelling loudest’.
Nearly half of all adults—117 million people—had one or more chronic health conditions. One of four adults had two or more chronic health conditions. (Center for Disease Control)
A chronic condition is a human health condition (or disease) that is persistent or otherwise long-lasting in its effects or a disease that comes with time. The term chronic applies when a condition lasts for more than three months.