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Our Chiropractic Technique

Network Spinal Analysis Gets Results

We use a highly-effective chiropractic adjusting approach to help improve spinal biomechanics and reduce nervous system interference.

The primary adjusting techniques we use is called Network Spinal Analysis. Network Spinal Analysis (NSA) uses a very gentle force (amount of pressure you can use on your eyelid). It is based on a 100 techniques in chiropractic and other wellness modalities, to use the right technique at the right time with little pressure. It is at the forefront of brain research.

Amazingly, a light touch, at the right time and place, can help your body to abandon its defensive posture and begin true healing. The chiropractor applies a low-force touch to certain contact points, usually along the spine, at specific moments in a patient’s respiration cycle. These precise and gentle touches to the spine, alerts the brain to move away from a defense posture and embrace a more peaceful, resourceful state. This adjusting approach helps practice members develop new strategies for living and healing as the nervous system learns new ways to release mechanical tension.

NSA care advances through a series of increasingly higher levels. As the practice member’s body learns and heals, each level opens up new abilities to adapt, make healthier choices, enjoy life and experience a sense of “ease.”

Based on the outcomes of research conducted at the University of California, Irvine patients receiving NSA care reported significant improvement in physical health, emotional and mental health and reduced stress and greater life enjoyment. Seventy-six percent of the over 2800 patients improved in every category.

Please contact our Bloor West Village Toronto chiropractic office, and let’s arrange a time to explore your options.