With Network Care, people
make healthier choices and enjoy life more.

A recent retrospective study of 2,818 patients receiving Network Care in the United States and around the world, revealed that NSA is associated with statistically significant measured improvement in self-reported wellness. Patients reported a wide range of positive changes in their physical, emotional and psychological wellbeing.

› Reduced or elimination of pain
› Decreased spinal tension and stiffness
› Greater flexibility and stability of the spine
› More energy and less fatigue
› Decrease in allergies and skin problems
› Less colds or flu
› Fewer or elimination of headaches
› Reduced or elimination of menstrual cramps and aches

› Coping with daily problems
› Work
› Family relations
› Significant relationships
› Greater emotional well-being
› Improved health
› Enhanced general well-being

› Adapting better to change
› Handling problems in life
› Fulfillment with life accomplishments
› Greater appreciation of life
› Taking better charge of their life
› Greater satisfaction in work done
› Better relations with co-workers
› Personal life
› Taking better care of themselves

› Less distress about physical pain
› Decreased moodiness, temper, and angry outbursts
› Less depression, more interest in life
› Fewer concerns about small things
› Less worry and concern over vague fears
› Improved ability to think and concentrate
› Improved ability to stay on task
› Less anxiety

› More relaxed
› More in-tuned with inner feelings
› Positive feelings about self
› Increased interest in a healthy lifestyle
› More open to others
› More confidence in dealing with adversity
› Greater compassion for others
› More joy and happiness

› Regular exercises
› Tai Chi, Yoga, meditation or prayer, relaxation
› Healthy diet
› More vegetarianism
› Less use of prescription medication

It was noted that NSA patients continue in care long after symptoms lessen or disappear. They make healthier choices in their lives and enjoy life more. The study also demonstrated that people found reasons other than physical symptoms to continue care. Even patients in care for more than three years seemed to indicate no ceilings in improvements in their health and wellness.

(1) « Network Spinal Analysis™ : A System of Health Care Delivery Within the subluxation©-Basbred Chiropractic Model » Donald Epstein, D.C. Journal of vertebral subluxation© research, August 1996, vol.1, No.1

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› La méthode Network care can also help with infertility. Insult, Interference and Infertility: An Overview of Chiropractic Research Behrendt M. Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research, May 2, 2003; 1
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