What is Network Care?

Network Care utilizes Network Spinal Analysis (NSA). NSA is a system of assessing and contributing to spinal and neural integrity, as well as health and wellness. Practitioners employ gentle force applications to the spine assisting the body's self-regulation of tension in the neurological system. The body naturally develops strategies for dissipation of stored tension and energy, thus enhancing self-regulation of tension and spinal interference.

What do I need to bring?

In order to be fully prepared on your first visit to Wellness Rhythms, fill out your health history forms which can be found here. Additionally, we may ask you to provide your previous medical or surgical history. Also, if you have them and if they are relevant bring scan/MRI reports and a list of medication.

How many visits will I need?

The number of treatments will vary depending on the problem and individual. After a thorough assessment, Dr. Michelle will discuss a treatment plan for you. If you are interested in getting an initial health consultation, please schedule ahead of time through our online booking platform.

What should I wear to my appointment?

Loose clothing is best on your top half. Consider shorts, yoga pants, leggings, or sweat pants for your bottom half. Anything easy to move into will be okay. If you are coming from work, we recommend bringing a change of clothes if your work clothes aren’t ideal for a chiropractic appointment. You will remove your shoes in the waiting room prior to getting adjusted. We no longer require face coverings for any individual who is fully vaccinated. Still, not sure what to wear? Check out this blog on a list of what to wear and not wear to your first network spinal adjustment.

How do I make an appointment?

You can always make an appointment in the office with our front desk receptionist. Alternatively use the quick and easy online booking platform. Here you can schedule recurring adjustments and even reschedule or cancel existing adjustments.

If you have questions or any issues scheduling appointments online, then please feel free to call or text us at (303) 722-1104.

Do I have to be referred by a doctor?

No, Network Spinal Chiropractors can assess and treat without referral by a doctor.

"A Retrospective Assessment of Network Care Using a Survey of Self-Health Related Health, Wellness and Quality of Life"

Learn more about Network Spinal Analysis by reading through this study of Network Patient's Self-Reported Outcomes. Conducted within the Department of Anatomy & Neurobiology, College of Medicine, and Department of Sociology, University of California, Irvine, California 92697-1275.

There are two distinct models: The Biomedical model which considers symptoms of a person and his laboratory test results to assess his/her condition or disease. And the Holistic or Wellness model considers the person, his extent of function, his perceptions, and his overall quality of life.

Some studies have been done in various professions. Members of the Association for Network Care 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 2,800 patients under Network Care in the U.S. and abroad. It represents the largest study to date assessing such a wide range of patient-reported health and wellness benefits of any population. Seventy-six percent (76%) of the patients studied reported improved combined wellness changes in all cayrhptord assessed.

An increasing percentage of patients reported progressively greater improvements in the areas assessed as a function of the duration of car; that is, in the population studied, there was no “ceiling” to the results over time for the health and wellness categories investigated. The benefits reported among patient respondents were evident from those as recent as 1-3 for as long as 3 plus years. These results have led investigators to conclude that “within the boundaries of this study design, these findings provide substantial evidence that Network Care should be included among those practices with established health benefits.”

The following categories with examples from each section, all showed statistical and clinically significant benefits:

Improved Physical State relative to:
Less physical pain
Less tension or stiffness
Improved allergies, eczema, and skin rashes
Fewer incidents of colds and flu
Fewer headaches
Less menstrual discomfort

Improved Mental/Emotional State relative to:
Improved positive feelings about self
Less moodiness, angry outbursts, and depression
More interest in life
Improved ability to think and concentrate
Less anxiety and concern about vague fears
Improved ability to stay on task
Less distress about pain

Improved Response to Stress:
Less stress relative to Family, Significant Relationships, Health, Finances, Daily problems, Work, and General well-being

Improved Life Enjoyment relative to:
Openness to guidance by “inner voice feelings”
Experience of relaxation and well-being
Positive feelings about self
Interests in maintaining a healthy lifestyle
Feeling open when relating to others
Confidence when dealing with adversity
Compassion for and acceptance of others
Incidence of feelings of joy or happiness

Improved Overall Quality of Life relative to:
Personal life
Extent one adapts to change
Handling of problems in life
Actual life accomplishments
Life as a whole
Overall contentment with life
Significant other
Life being what one wants it to be
Romantic life
Actual work done
Physical appearance
In addition to these categories, there was also a significant increase in health-promoting practices.

We will check with your health insurance provider to determine if Network Care services are covered under your plan. We recommend that you confirm your insurance coverage.

Ask us a Question

Feel free to ask any questions you may have about Network Care!