A Neurological Technique
The neurological system is composed of the brain, spinal cord, and nerves, which control the communication functions of your body.
This system holds onto learned habits or “patterns” that dictate the ways your body moves, how it reacts to stressors, and even how you breathe.
Nerve patterns also affect how well your organs function and communicate with each other.
In Reorganizational Healing, you’ll receive gentle touches and movements which signal your nervous system to target and heal specific problems.
Reorganizational Healing is an effective way to release old patterns and create new, more effective and good-feeling patterns of movement, posture, and even emotional processes.
When our nervous system learns these new and more efficient patterns, we achieve a state of optimal health – physically, mentally, and emotionally.
When our bodies, minds and emotions are in a state of optimal health, they function better.
We feel more energized and naturally take better care of ourselves.
Long-standing emotional blocks, and even chronic physical pain, can be completely healed through the Reorganizational Healing process.
Why Reorganizational Healing is Unique
Most healing techniques are recessive (meaning they eventually stop working) because they’re based on external input coming into your body and mind.
For example – after receiving a massage, you might feel great because the massage therapist has just kneaded out all your muscle knots. But your body hasn’t learned to move and carry itself in new healthier ways. So within a day or two, you’ll go back to feeling just as sore and achy as before.
In contrast, Reorganizational Healing “talks” directly to your nervous system, teaching your body to organically create its own shifts and healing.
Once your body internalizes a Reorganizational Healing technique, it’s yours forever – from the moment you get up off the table.
Benefits of Reorganizational Healing
A retrospective study of 2,818 practice members receiving Reorganizational Healing (also known as Network Spinal Care) in the United States and around the world demonstrated that Network Care is associated with profound and statistically significant improvements in self-reported wellness areas. People reported changes in:
Improved spinal flexibility
Better pain management with chronic issues
Fewer cold and flu symptoms
Emotional and Psychological Well-Being
Less distress about physical pain
More positive feelings about self
Fewer angry outbursts
More interest in life
Fewer concerns about “small” things
Improved ability to concentrate
Improved ability to stay on task
More regular exercise
Practicing of Tai Chi/Yoga more often
Increase in meditation and prayer
More open to relaxation and self-hypnosis
More regular consumption of healthy food
Eating partial or total vegetarian
Decreased need for prescription medications
Increased openness to guidance by inner feelings
Improved well-being and relaxation
Increased interest in maintaining a healthy lifestyle
Greater openness when relating to others
Increased compassion for others
Increased ability to cope with daily challenges
Improved romantic relationships
Improved work performance
Quality of Life
Improvement of personal life
Increased ability to adapt with change
Improvement in handling life’s challenges
Greater overall contentment with life
Improved relationships with significant others
Improved family relationships
Improved job satisfaction
Improvement in relationships with co-workers
Improved physical appearance
The Science Behind Reorganizational Healing
Reorganizational Healing (ROH) recognizes that evolution moves only in one direction – forward.
Instead of viewing the pain or symptom as an adversary or attempting to restore an individual to a prior minimal state, the ROH model enrolls symptoms and crises as a source of energy and wisdom, to not only sustain our bodies and lives, but to experience our health in new vital and abundant ways.
Reorganizational Healing uses three elements – the Energetic Intelligences (resources for innate organization of the body and life), the Seasons of Wellbeing (the timing that allows us to optimize change), and the Triad of Change (one’s personal success strategy to heal and change), and it is about empowering individuals to develop new strategies of function and behavior to flourish at new levels of chosen possibility.
The focus is on building health – and having the energy, structures, behaviors and perceptions to make sustainable progress in all areas of life.
Reorganizational Healing is an emerging concept for wellness, healing, and personal growth, and gives people the tools to self-assess and draw on their own strengths to create sustainable change in their body, mind, and spirit.
We currently offer two Reorganizational Healing systems, Network Spinal Analysis (NSA) and Somato Respiratory Integration (SRI).
NETWORK SPINAL ANALYSIS
Network Spinal Analysis is an advanced neurological technique that enables individuals to release stored stress and tension from their body-mind.
Network Spinal Analysis is a gentle method of chiropractic care.
The wellness member receives a series of gentle touches along the neck and spine that remind the body of its own wisdom to heal and realign itself.
Network Spinal Analysis helps one heal from past physical, emotional and chemical traumas by teaching strategies you can use throughout your lifetime.
Specific results include reduction or elimination of pain, improved breath, better sleep and the ability to make healthier choices.
How does it work?
Network Spinal Analysis utilizes gentle manual contacts to the spine that prompt the brain to focus on the spine.
This heightened awareness, in turn, changes the vibrational tone or tension stored in the central nervous system (the brain and spinal cord).
This process is called an entrainment.
Surface EMG and MRI studies have documented changes in the brain and spinal nerves during entrainments.
New and more efficient channels of communications are believed to be initiated between the brain and body.
Postural distortions, subluxations and muscle imbalances spontaneously begin to correct.
This creates a healthier nervous system with positive ramifications for the health of the whole body and mind, including the spine and the muscular system.
Studies currently underway are showing a 20-30% improvement in brain efficiency, helping position NSA as a leading-edge body-mind discipline.
Why the spine?
Spinal cord and organs. Credits: Dr. Stephanie Says
The spine houses most of the nerves that control body function, and is the communication link between brain and body.
The health of these nerves affect the health & status of our internal organs, tissues, head, trunk and limbs.
The spinal cord and its overlying meningeal sheath are subject to stress just as our muscles and joints are.
It is believed that the spine can hold a considerable amount of stored emotional and physical tension.
A tense spine creates a tense body and a poor quality of life for the person.
The results of Network Spinal Analysis are:
Decrease intensity and frequency of pain and symptoms from a variety of musculoskeletal problems
Dramatic improvement to spinal health and posture
Improved joint flexibility and increased muscle relaxation.
Improved overall health and wellness.
Improved mental outlook.
Less need for vigorous manipulation, exercise, and therapies since the body will more readily engage self-healing strategies.
A more vibrant state of physical health and well being.
What problems can Network Spinal Analysis help resolve?
spinal arthritis and degeneration
sore or weak muscles
lack of vitality
hormonal and circulatory problems
bowel and intestinal problems
ear, nose and throat problems
attention deficit and concentration problems
anxiety and lack of motivation
A large study of more than 2,800 people receiving network spinal analysis demonstrated high degrees of health changes as well emotional and lifestyle improvements.
In addition, the longer the care, the more dramatic the changes – with no limit to the level of possible well-being.
Studies are now in progress examining the long-term benefits of care, and changes in brain and spinal cord function.
In addition, there is a growing interest from psychologists, sociologists, neurobiologists, physiologists, bio-mathematicians and bioengineers on the overall mechanisms and benefits of network spinal analysis.
“Network Care has a direct effect on client self-reported wellness which is twice that expected from healthy lifestyle practices (exercise, risk avoidance, optimal food choices). Network also has a major indirect effect on wellness by promoting healthy life-style choices.” (R.H. Blanks, Ph. D., Professor of Anatomy and Neurobiology, Florida Atlantic University).
2 – SOMATO RESPIRATORY INTEGRATION
Somato Respiratory Integration is a technique used to connect the wellness member to his/her inherent rhythms, using breath and movement.
The result is a freeing of bound energy.
It is especially useful for releasing emotional tension.
Clients consistently report that the changes they experience in their body also reflect in their lives.
Somato Respiratory Integration is a perfect complement to Network Spinal Analysis and can be powerful on its own.
Once learned, Somato Respiratory Integration can be used anytime as a tool for stress relief and personal connection.
Thank you for reading this far.
As your Roswell Chiropractor who specializes in Network Spinal Analysis, I invite you to click on the “Schedule Now” button and give it a try!