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Remarkable Transformations: What Type of Quality of Life Changes You Expect with Network Spinal

Get ready to explore an exciting study that brings a burst of inspiration to your health journey! A large study was conducted with 2,818 participants to measure quality of life changes while under network spinal care. The findings were nothing short of astonishing.

This was the largest study of it's kind and shows just how amazing peoples lives can become when you have an optimized nervous system. Imagine unlocking a treasure trove of insights into the positive impact of chiropractic care on your overall well-being.

The Study Snapshot: This retrospective assessment included a whopping 2,818 patients across 150 chiropractic offices spanning four different countries. The participants ranged from 1 month of network care to 3 or more years of care. The results were groundbreaking, showcasing that the benefits of network spinal chiropractic care, such as improved physical and mental health, began as early as one month and continued to evolve over three years. Here's the best part– they found that there's no cap on how far your wellness can soar!

Astounding Results: For being the largest study of it's kind, the outcomes were nothing short of amazing. On average, participants experienced significant increases across various categories:

  • Physical State: 15% average increase

  • Mental/Emotional Well-being: 17% average increase

  • Stress Evaluation: 20% average increase

  • Life Enjoyment: 17% average increase

Now, let's dive into the nitty-gritty of the improvements, which touched every corner of their lives:

Quality of Life:

  • Adaptation to change

  • Handling problems in life

  • Actual life accomplishments

  • Life alignment with personal desires

  • Overall contentment with life

  • Physical appearance

  • Productivity at work

  • Relationship satisfaction

  • Personal life fulfillment

  • Self-perception

  • Job satisfaction

  • Interactions with co-workers

  • Romantic life satisfaction

  • Holistic life satisfaction

Emotional Well-being:

  • Positive self-perception

  • Decreased mood swings, temper, and anger outbursts

  • Reduced depression, increased interest in life

  • Fewer concerns about trivial matters

  • Improved focus and concentration

  • Enhanced ability to stay on task

  • Decreased distress about physical pain

Lifestyle Changes:

  • Regular exercise habits

  • Adoption of relaxation/self-hypnosis techniques

  • Reduced reliance on prescription medications

  • Transition to a vegetarian or partial vegetarian diet

  • Embrace of health foods and vitamins

Less Stress:

  • Emotional well-being amidst stress

  • Health-related stress management

  • General well-being maintenance

  • Coping skills for daily challenges

  • Improved family and significant relationships

  • Enhanced stress management at work

Life Enjoyment:

  • Openness to inner guidance

  • Experience of relaxation and well-being

  • Positive self-feelings

  • Interest in maintaining a healthy lifestyle

  • Openness in relating to others

  • Confidence in facing adversity

  • Compassion for others

Physical Well-being:

  • Enhanced spine flexibility

  • Increased energy, reduced fatigue

  • Fewer instances of colds or flus

  • Decreased frequency of headaches

  • Diminished pain levels

Exciting, right? These numbers represent the collective journey, highlighting the positive changes experienced by everyone in the study. Your well-being is our priority, and these results underscore the potential for transformative shifts in your health and happiness.

Curious to explore further or have questions about how network spinal could improve your life? Reach out anytime, and let's start this remarkable journey together!


A Retrospective Assessment of NSA chiropractic care Using a Survey of Self-Rated Health, Wellness and Quality of Life. Robert H Blanks, Ph.D., Tonya L. Schuster, Ph.D., Marnie Dobson, MA. Journal for Vertebral Subluxation Research Volume 1, Number 4 , 1

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