The Science & Research


There is growing scientific interest, as well as research, in the field of mind-body medicine focusing on the effect of energetic forces within the body and the effect those forces have upon our health and wellbeing.

“In a few decades scientists have gone from a conviction that there is no such thing as an energy field around the human body, to an absolute certainty that it exists. Moreover, science is explaining the roles of energy fields in health and disease.”

James Oschman, PhD

Network Spinal Analysis works with your body’s energy to create change.

“Network Spinal Analysis represents the epitome of ‘body’ work in our times; the leading edge of Body-Mind-Spirit integration. The work will transform the planet.”

Candace B. Pert Ph.D.,  Former NIH researcher                                                         Author of Molecules of Emotion

Research and Network Spinal Analysis

Virtually everything surrounding Network Spinal Analysis from it’s low force application and the wave-like movements that ripple through patient’s spines, to the reports by many patient’s that NSA has helped them gain a greater spiritual connection, has been both praised as the new frontier in mind-body healing and mocked as quackery.

In the early 1990’s the Association for Network Care in conjunction with the University of California Irvine Medical College, devised a study to retrospectively explore the impact of NSA care on quality of life. Over 2,800 patients participated, and the results proved that NSA had a significant outcomes on the self-reported quality of life in a majority of the patients in the study.

“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 effect on wellness by promoting healthy lifestyle choices.”

R.H. Blanks Ph.D.
Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology
University of California, Irvine

Not only did the study show improved  wellness changes in all categories assessed, but the longer the individuals were in care, the greater the level of improvement. After over 3 years of care, no limit or ceiling was found to the benefits. This is remarkable since no other modality studied has been shown to continually raise the bar on what is possible for health and wellbeing.

Although the U.C. Irvine study showed that NSA care had a very positive impact on patient’s self-perceived quality of life, it didn’t fully explore the physiological mechanisms behind that improvement. The questions still remained, “Why do people experience such significant life improvement with NSA? What’s really going on within the body and mind of a patient under NSA care?” These questions led to the ongoing exploration of the mechanisms of NSA with researcher Edmund Jonckheere Ph.D.

Jonckeere along with his colleagues at the department of Electrical Engineering-Systems at the University of Southern California, began studying the electrical signals which had been recorded along the spines’ of patients during NSA sessions. The results of the analysis revealed an exciting discovery.  The signals that Jonckeere’s team had measured showed conclusively, that NSA care was helping the brain and body somehow develop an entirely new pattern of behavior with a global systemic effect.

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