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Network Spinal Analysis

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By Janet Berg · September 7th, 2005 · The Road to Wellness
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Network Spinal Analysis (NSA) is an evidence-based approach to wellness and body awareness.Gentle, precise touch contacts along the spine cue the brain to create new wellness promoting strategies. Two unique healing waves develop with this work. They're associated with spontaneous release of spinal and life tensions and the use of existing tension as fuel for spinal re-organization and enhanced wellness.

Practitioners combine their clinical assessments of spinal refinements with the patient's self-assessments of wellness and life changes. Greater self-awareness and conscious awakening between the body, mind, emotion and expression of the human spirit are realized through this popular healing work.

NSA is exclusively practiced by Doctors of Chiropractic.

It's common for people receiving NSA care to breathe more deeply and more fully, engaging their spine with their respiration; to spontaneously adapt postures that release or redistribute tension; to bust stress; and to experience more of their life energy. It's also common to experience a wider range of motion and emotion during care and, as care progresses, to find new options in the body and in life, which often lead to significant life changes.

People receiving NSA care have reported reduced pain, increased flexibility, more energy, improved ability to cope with daily problems, improvement in relationships, a greater connection to themselves, less anxiety and increased relaxation and well being.

Husband-and-wife NSA practitioners Michael Nichols, D.C. and Julie Nichols, D.C. own and operate Gateways to Healing, A Center for Wellness. They act as facilitators in helping people achieve continually evolving levels of health and well-being.

Gateways to Healing is located at 821 Delta Ave. in Mount Lookout. The center can be reached at 513-321-3317.



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