Network Spinal Analysis - A Research Perspective

October 11, 2016 at 9:03 AM

A retrospective study of 2,818 patients who had received Network Spinal Analysis (NSA) for a period of 12 or more visits, found that 76% of patients reported significant improvement in their Physical, Emotional, Stress and Life Enjoyment categories of health and wellness, as well as their overall quality of life.  Patients who were under care the longest reported the greatest self-rated perception of improvement in their wellness.  In fact there proved to be no ceiling to improvement, with patients reporting greater levels of benefits the longer they had been in care.


The benefits reported by study participants included the following:

Improved Wellbeing

  • Reduced pain
  • Less tension or stiffnes of the spine
  • More energy, less fatigue
  • Fewer colds or flu
  • Fewer headaches
  • Less menstrual discomfort
  • Improved allergies, eczema, skin rashes


Less Stress Relative to:

  • Health
  • Work
  • Coping with daily problems
  • Family 
  • Finances
  • Emotional wellbeing


Improved Emotional & Psychological Wellbeing

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


Improved Life Enjoyment

  • Increased feelings of joy or happiness
  • Interest in maintaining a healthy lifestyle
  • Experience of relaxation and wellbeing
  • Openness to guidance by gut instinct
  • Positive feelings about self
  • Feeling open with dealing with others
  • Confidence in dealing with adversity


In addition to these benefits people reported they spontaneously made healthier choices, such as eating healthier foods, exercising regularly, taking time out/relaxing more and decreasing their use of medications.


95% of all respondents reported their expectations had been met

99% wished to continue with NSA