You’re in the right place if:
You have physical pain
You understand your body
You’ve decided enough
is enough: it’s time to
get this sorted
You want to experience cutting edge neuroscience first-hand
You like to be where people support their own health
You want a technique that
is gentle enough for all your family: young and old
You like health outcomes
which are measurable
You want to read the research about how this works
Your relationship with your body needs to improve
Network Spinal Analysis (NSA) is a pioneering chiropractic technique which uses the nervous system to promote self-healing.
A treatment session is called an “entrainment” and involves light touches in specific places on the spine and body which prompts your brain/body to recognise and release tension. Somato Respiratory Integration (SRI) is a take-home tool which combines your focus, movement and breath to increase your body awareness
This in turn aids the effectiveness of NSA and often is a component of treatment recommendations. The combination of NSA and SRI optimises a person's experience of and progress through care. Together they are referred to as ‘Network Care’.
SRI is a powerful system to connect your mind and body using breath work which promotes self healing, transformation, and personal growth.
Our bodies and our health are like a bank account. We pay money in (do things which will help your body and health) and every day we make withdrawals from the bank (digest food, eliminate waste, engage our brains at work or doing the crossword, walk to the shops, or play tennis).
Are you a saver or a spender of your health bank account?
How would you like to be driving your own car and attending weekly exercise classes at 105 years old? Don't think an infirm old age is something you have to 'settle for' there's plenty you can do NOW to ensure good health in the future.
Posture affects emotion and vice versa which means you can improve your posture by strengthening postural muscles AND by promoting more positive emotions. Similarly, improving your posture is going to improve your mood.
Much of the working day, and even during our leisure time we use screens. Our heads are held forward to concentrate on what we're looking at and doing. Just how does our neck manage that? How does that link to neck and shoulder symptoms? Have a go at this experiment and find out.
When Arianna Huffington moves into the field of wellness, you know great things are afoot. Welcome, from a Guildford chiropractor who has been waving the wellness flag for a while.
Too much time hunched over your computer? Don't let Medusa turn you to stone.
Did you hear the one about the fastest man on earth who didn'tinvest in his nervous system? No? That's because Usain Bolt, three times Olympic gold medallist at 100 metres has had regular chiropractic care for years.
If you play sports, need to problem-solve or have had children, you'll want to know.... your brain can reroute to improve all these functions.
‘Nature, it’s better than therapy’. As I was on a walking holiday when I saw this, I was keenly aware of the benefits of being outdoors. Plenty of fresh air, long days of walking and panoramic views from high ground. All of it helps to change our perspective
On a road trip last summer I passed a vehicle emblazoned with ‘Align my wheels’ and then several questions painted on the side of the van: *Is your steering wheel crooked? *Does your car pull to one side? *Tyres wearing unevenly? People really understand the idea of taking steps to address a small problem with how their car functions – so that it doesn’t turn into a bigger problem. Do people apply the same principles so quickly to their own body?