Most of us have a story of an accident we were involved in sometime in our lives. It’s pretty common for someone to have been involved in a car accident, had a bad crash while skiing or snowboarding, fallen off a horse or down a flight of stairs, crashed a bicycle… We know that sinking feeling when sitting in an emergency room wondering how long the following period of healing was going to be. Six weeks? Six months? More? We made it through the toughest times of it… Had to. After all, we’re pretty resilient that way. Years later there’s still the lingering reminders – that dull ache that lets us know the weather’s changing, or that sharp zing we get when we bend our knee in ‘that’ way.
But what else might be lingering is a more subtle reminder of that painful moment from so deep in to our past – trauma. Whether it was a simple fender bender in a parking lot or a life threatening injury, our nervous system can take a detailed imprint of the event in the form of trauma. This trauma can continuously and consistently affect our well-being for decades, and be subtle enough that modern medicine resigns to shrugging it off as just part of life’s aches and pains.
Network Spinal Analysis is the practice of gently identifying these stored traumas, and through skilled and focused touch, teach the nervous system to release them with profound results of increased mobility, better posture, relief of headaches, increased energy and clarity… The list goes on.
Read here about one woman’s decade and a half struggle with pain resulting from a car accident in her teens, and how finding an NSA chiropractor freed her from the suffering caused by trauma that needed to be released from her nervous system.
Broadway Wellness is a integrated healthcare clinic located in the Fairview district of Vancouver, B.C. The clinic is well reviewed and focuses on Vancouver Registered Massage Therapy, Vancouver Naturopathic Medicine, and Vancouver Chiropractic Care with Network Spinal Analysis. Broadway Wellness is proud to announce ten years of operation in summer, 2014.