A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE ON NETWORK SPINAL ANALYSIS CARE: A UNIQUE INSIGHT INTO THE SPINE’S ROLE IN HEALTH AND WELLBEING

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Published Jan 20, 2018
Simon Senzon Donald Epstein Daniel Lemberger

Abstract

A review of the history of Network Spinal Analysis care, developed by Donald Epstein, reveals a novel understanding of the role of the spine and spinal cord in healthcare. Epstein’s unique contributions to functional assessment and applications of the spine and nervous system are explored, as well as broader health related quality of life dimensions. The integration of spinal and neural integrity, with evidence-based functional healthcare, is suggested as a vehicle towards Reorganizational Healing and improved health outcomes
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Keywords

Stress, Spine, Wellness, Health-Related Quality Of Life.

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