Wellness Benefits associated with Network Spinal Care
How Can Network Care Benefit Me? A study of 2818 patients performed through the University of California, Irvine showed that Network Care is associated with significant improvement in health-related quality of life. People receiving network care reported sweeping positive outcomes relative to their physical well-being, emotional and psychological well-being, ability to cope with stress, lifestyle choices and overall quality of life.
Under Network Care the brain develops new strategies to:
- Experience the world
- Adapt to stress
- Dissipate tension from the spine and nerves
- Connect with your body’s natural rhythms
- Experience greater well being
- Make healthier choices
- Create a more self-correcting and self-reliant “magical spine”
- Develop the Somatopsychic and Respiratory “healing waves”
FAQ on Health & Wellness Benefits
How does one evaluate health?
There are two distinct models Biomedical model or Holistic Wellness model The Biomedical model considers the symptoms of a person and their laboratory test results to assess their condition or disease. The Holistic wellness model considers the person, their extent of function, their perceptions, and their overall quality of life.
Have health professionals studied their patients to demonstrate the changes across both models of health?
Some studies have been done in various professions. Members of the Association for Network Chiropractic have participated in a study conducted by researchers within the University of California, Irvine, College of Medicine. One objective of this study was to develop a patient reported questionnaire to evaluate health and well being through a wide range of Biomedical and Wellness indicators incorporating both models. This survey bridges the Biomedical and Wellness assessments. The study evaluated a population of over 2800 patients in the U.S. and abroad under Network Care. It represents the largest study to date assessing the health and wellness benefits of a specific form of chiropractic care. Seventy-six percent (76%) of the patients studied reported improved combined wellness changes in all categories assessed.