What are Network Spinal Analysis Waves?
Network Spinal Analysis (NSA) Waves are a response in the spine that develop over time with NSA care, and suggests they’re evidence of Central Pattern Generator behavior (CPG). CPG is a neural network that can produce rhythmic patterned output without rhythmic sensory or central input; basically, a response generated at the spinal level that does not require the brain.
NSA waves are involuntary, neurological phenomena that occur along the spine and surrounding tissues when initiated and enhanced through gentle manual contacts administered along the spine. Research suggests they cannot be produced by any external device, movement or meditative state; they are purely a spinal phenomenon responding to the NSA Care protocol. Research has also shown that NSA waves have a “central-neurological” benefit based on the level of care, allowing your nervous system to heal itself – a natural healing response developed by the body for the body.
Specifically the NSA waves are known as the Respiratory and Network Waves. The Respiratory Wave is characterized by a full and profound natural rhythmic breathing that begins at the base of the spine, progresses upward between the shoulder blades, around the shoulders, and into the neck. It naturally and gently rocks the vertebra “melting” tension and enhancing correction of vertebral misalignment’s. The Network Wave is associated with muscular contraction that pulsates and organizes various spinal segments in a fluid wave-like undulation of coordinated motion.