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hi all,<br>
i know there are quite a few chiropractors in this forum, and other knowledgable folks, so i'm posing this question...<br>
has anyone experienced a kind of chiropractic called network spinal analysis? it uses gentle touch to effect change in the nervous system, that then resonates in the entire body. i just started going, and i'm really skeptical. altho i am usually pretty skeptical of alternative medicine and it ALWAYS works so well on me. anyway, i'm looking to hear your experiences good and bad with NSA.<br>
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Granted, I'm not chiropractor and I still do not understand how exactly network "works". I'm also always skeptical of any alternative medicine that I don't have personal experience - but then again I'm also very skeptical of allopathic medicine as well, so maybe I'm just a skeptic...<br><br>
Anyhow, when I first experienced network, I was going, "okay...this is really really new agey, weird...", " I don't get this. What am I supposed to be doing? I'm supposed to be 'trainee'? What the hell is that mean?", " I don't feel ANYTHING"<br><br>
Forward 3 months, I was starting to feel like I was getting the hang of it. I breath into the "gateway"(i think that's what it is...lol) and bring the tension up and release it, etc etc. Then it sort of became like yoga in a way.<br><br>
And I felt elevated in subtle ways, it that makes any sense. And I think if you get deep into network, you can work on letting go of your emotional tension and stuff like that, but I didn't quite get into that. I stopped going to that practice, because we moved quite far away from the practice.<br><br>
So, I guess the good was that it made me feel good in subtle ways, but I wish the practitioner had explained it a little more in the beginning, I had zero education about what network is ect. I think they expected my husband to explain it to me, because he is the one who introduced it to me.<br>
But then again if you are not really ready to delve into the emotional aspect of network, then I think you can practice some serious yoga and get similar result, but that's just my 2 cents from a limited exposure to network.<br>
I'm sure someone else can explain it better than I can.
 

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only good experiences here, and that was after surgeries, osteo-release chiro, CST and PT. My shoulder still hurt so much it nauseated me. I had no expectation it would work. It did after about 2 sessions. Here I am years later (still getting adjusted occasionally) and still great.<br><br>
I think of it as homeopathic chiropractic. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/winky.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="Wink">
 
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