Network Spinal Analysis (NSA), founded by Dr. Donny Epstein, is arguably the most advanced research-based neurological and therapeutic approach to chiropractic care and wellness available today. It is a highly effective, gentle, low-force, non-invasive, drug-free chiropractic technique that reignites the body’s innate intelligence that gives it the ability to self-heal, self-manage its infrastructure, and release neural tension patterns. NSA empowers human resourcefulness to help our brains and bodies reorganize and develop new patterns of behavior that allow us to become the functional, healthy, vibrant human beings we are meant to be.
The body’s capacity to heal is significantly weakened when the spine is subject to subluxations, misalignments it the spinal column due to physical, mental, or emotional trauma, that cause pinched nerves and interfere with the central nervous system’s ability to connect and communicate with the rest of the body. Trauma gets stored in the central nervous system as tension and toxic stress that causes pain and discomfort which, when left untreated, turns into life-threatening diseases and conditions.
NSA care reduces those interferences and pressures to the central nervous system via gentle pressure contacts made along the spine that cause a spinal “entertainment” – a gentle wave pattern that travels through the body, allowing the body’s self-regulating resources to recognize and eliminate tension and toxic stress, thereby reducing short or long periods of unnecessary pain and suffering.
“As 21st century humans, we are information overloaded and wisdom deprived. Our nervous systems (essentially our operating systems) are running on centuries old ‘software’ while attempting to keep up with the information demands of modern life. Network Spinal Analysis care helps patients upgrade their operating systems! With more energy and new reorganizational strategies people can transform their health and lives to be more dynamic and filled with greater potential and possibilities.”
– Dr. Donny Epstein
Benefits of NSA
The myriad of benefits our practice members are reporting include:
- Reduced pain and discomfort
- Improved physical function and flexibility
- Strengthened nervous system functioning
- Decreased dependency on medications
- Increased ability to adapt to stress
- Greater ability to tune in to what one’s body needs and wants
- Decreased anxiety, depression and emotional instability
- Increased levels of energy and vitality
- Reignited feelings of inspiration and hope
- Renewed sense of purpose, authenticity, and connection to spirituality
- Heightened consciousness around one’s unique gifts and talents and how to use them to help others
- Greater understanding of relationship among body, emotion, mind and soul
- Overall improved quality of life
Check out our Testimonials page for more examples of the benefits of Network care with Dr. Craig Walker!
Curious about what exactly an “entrainment” is? Here’s a great explanation and perspective from a fellow NSA practitioner that includes a helpful video that demonstrates how an entrainment works.
ABC television news report on the healing power of NSA for chronic pain – reported December 9, 2016.
Dr. Donny Epstein’s website – a vast resource for learning more about NSA and its founder. Below is a video of Dr. Epstein discussing his approach. More videos of Dr. Epstein can be found on his YouTube page.
A retrospective study of over 2,500 people conducted through University of California, Irvine Medical College documented significant improvements in quality of life in the majority of people receiving Network Chiropractic care (PDF).
(A Retrospective Assessment of Network Care Using a Survey of Self-Rated Health, Wellness and Quality of Life – Robert H Blanks, Ph.D., Tonya L. Schuster, Ph.D., Marnie Dobson, MA Journal for Vertebral Subluxation Research Volume 1, Number 4 , 1997 p.15-31)
(Illuminate: Chiropractic News, Views & Research. 2016 Vol. 1)
A Network Spinal Analysis Care research compilation book we keep in our office for practice members to explore (PDF). We encourage you to look through it if you really want to dig deep into the research around NSA.