Network Spinal Analysis or NSA, as it is commonly referred to, is a unique and modern Chiropractic method created by Dr. Donald Epstein,D.C. which consists of precise hand stimulation of Neurological points along the spine, to activate the Brain to Heal the Body, and release locked areas in the spine. No matter what changes you need to make in your health and life, it starts with the messages between the brain and the body. The spine is the bridge between them. We can help you to reconnect this "Bridge".
Your brain and nervous system control your posture, sleep, energy, digestion, blood sugar… And is responsible for the way you perceive yourself and your life. Areas that become stuck and painful are the areas that have failed to adapt to the stress in a person’s life.
We can help you to jumpstart your tremendous abilities to self heal, and facilitate an upgrade of your nervous system. It means that you can start living, flourishing and thriving. This dramatically improves your health and vitality so that you have the energy to co-create an extra-ordinary life.
NSA is Safe and Effective for Individuals of all ages who experience:
Our patients enjoy long-term benefits in terms of their health, emotional state and quality of life. They become better able to heal what once seemed impossible. They start to take charge of their own health, as they are more in tune with the needs of their body and their energy is boosted. All of which helps to produce a life wellness.The result is an astonishing increase in the ability to enjoy life!
Dr. Robert Blanks,PhD* conducted the very first scientific study designed to measure Wellness. He did so by measuring the effects of NSA care on 2800 patients. This ground breaking study was conducted over a period of six months; 76% of the patients reported significant Improvements in their health, emotions, work, family life ...
*Robert Blanks PhD, Professor of Anatomy and Cellular Biology, University of Miami School of Medicine. Study: UC Irvine, Medical School, Dept of Anatomy and Neurobiology 1995.