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The Research
Network Spinal, or Network Care, shows significant improvements in health and wellness.

In 1997, research undertaken in collaboration with neurobiologists and medical professionals at the University of California, Irvine has shown conclusively that there are tangible quality of life benefits to receiving Network Spinal, or care.

The study focused on a population of 2,818 chiropractic users from across the globe. They were assessed to determine the effects on their emotional and physical health resulting from their participation in Network Spinal. In general, study subjects reported improvements in their physical health and their sense of general well-being, as well as a renewed positive attitude to life.

The reported benefits are detailed below, and fall into a number of categories:

Physical Well-Being

  • Enhanced spinal and vertebral flexibility
  • Higher energy levels
  • Lessening of fatigue
  • Less susceptibility to seasonal ailments such as influenza and the common cold
  • Reduction in the frequency of headaches
  • Decrease in pain levels overall

Stress Reduction

  • An enhanced sense of emotional well-being
  • An improvement in general physical health
  • A greater capacity to deal with daily stresses
  • A relaxed approach to dealing with family members and friends
  • A better attitude to work

Emotional and Psychological Well-Being

  • Development of a positive self-image
  • Increased ability to control anger and stave off moodiness
  • Enhancement of interest in life
  • Less focus on the small stress factors in daily life
  • Better ability to cope with physical distress
  • Stronger levels of focus

Life Enjoyment

  • Greater sense of ease
  • Stronger mind-body connection
  • Positive self-image
  • Comfortable and open in dealing with others
  • Heightened sense of confidence
  • Greater compassion for others
  • A new-found interest in developing and maintaining a positive, healthy lifestyle

Promoting lifestyle changes, including:

  • Increased interest in a program of regular exercise
  • Tai Chi
  • Yoga and spiritual meditation
  • Relaxation exercises, including self-hypnosis
  • A change to a vegetarian or vegan diet
  • A decrease in the intake of chemical substances
  • A decrease in reliance on non-essential prescription medications
  • Increased intake of vitamins and health supplements

Participants in the study also reported an overall improvement in their quality of life, with relation to their personal appearance, their interactions with their peers, their sense of self-worth, and many aspects of their personal life, including romantic and family relationships.

In general, respondents stated that they lived happier, more centered lives, which allow them to cope with stress better and adapt to life’s necessary changes in a positive way.

Call us if you would like to schedule a New Patient Consultation Series to see how we can help you through Network Spinal at Cheshire Wellness Center - 603-357-5700.