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Getting started

  • How do I get started?

    The initial process takes place over 2 visits: During our first meeting we'll talk about what's going on with you, your goals, what NSA is, what it can offer, etc. You will also receive a functional and structural, neurospinal assessment. This gives us a snapshot of how well you're adapting to stress in your life. Our second meeting is to review, answer questions, connect on goals, and to determine what you would like to do based on the options.
  • What might I expect during a typical visit?

    You can expect to spend about 30 minutes in total, from the time you are getting out of your car, to the time that you are getting back in. From the moment you enter our office to the moment you leave you will be immersed in the vibrant dynamic of wellness and the healing energy of entrainment.

Spine related

  • What is a spinal gateway?

    A spinal gateway is a region located precisely between two adjacent spinal segments, particularly in the vertebrae of the neck, sacrum, and coccyx (tail bone). Because of the specific location of the spinal gateway region in relation to the physical structure of the body and the associated neurological connections, this area is rich with information about the shape, tone, and tension of the spine. As such, it serves to provide a focus, structure and mechanism for us to better connect with the spine and enhance it's position and movement in space.
  • What are the benefits of a healthier, happier spine?

    The benefits of a healthy, happy spine may be grouped into two broad and interrelated categories: You will feel better (well-being and wellness) You will heal and grow better (healing and health)

Pain and symptoms

  • When will my pain go away?

    Most people experience a change within a few days to a few weeks. Different people progress towards their goals at different rates and each individual is unique. The process of unwinding tension from the spine is not linear and how 'good' or 'bad' a person feels is not an indicator of how long it will take to get meaningful results for your life.