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  • 05 Oct 2016 8:27 PM | Anonymous

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


    Spinal Organization and Nervous System Coherence

    Linked to Improved Health and Wellbeing Outcomes


    A recently published article in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine evidences novel physiologic properties in the human spine associated with the Network wave. This phenomenon has potential to become a new measure of central nervous system health, and may have significant implications towards recovery from spinal cord injury.


    WASHINGTON, D.C. – (September 30, 2016) The Association for Reorganizational Healing Practice (ARHP), this week announced the release of a new, comprehensive scientific paper demonstrating the Network Wave as a unique central pattern generator in the spine.


    The paper, featured in the prestigious Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, finds that surface electromyographic (sEMG) research shows that the movement of the musculature of the spine during the Network Wave phenomenon contains the mathematical properties of a central pattern generator (CPG). This may be the first CPG discovered in the spine unrelated to locomotion. Since 1997, the Network Wave has been studied in several research universities, and determined to be a repeatable and unique phenomenon.


    The research demonstrates that the Network Wave is truly a novel central pattern generator in the spine,” said Dr. Simon Senzon, lead author of the article. “This has far reaching implications for optimizing spine and nervous system function, including spinal cord injury research.”


    The article was officially released in the July 2016 issue of the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. It was conceptualized, researched, and authored by Simon Senzon, Donny Epstein, and Dan Lemberger. The article provides a narrative review and explanation of the research on the Network spinal wave’s unique properties visibly observed in association with Network Spinal Analysis care. The phenomenon has been associated with greater spinal energy efficiency, and increasing levels of nervous system organization through a series of levels of care. The article additionally proposes potential directions for spinal and central nervous research, and applications where nervous system coherence has reliable and predictable measures for health care practice.


    Three decades of research has led to this monumental paper on the Network Wave,” stated Dr. Donny Epstein, Association for Reorganizational Healing President and article co-author. “The Network Wave continues to be shown as a profound mechanism towards improved health, greater adaptability and the possibility of a new baseline for human function.”


    The ARHP is an international professional organization, advancing the practice of Reorganizational Healing. Practices currently supported by the ARHP include Network Spinal Analysis Care and Somato Respiratory Integration Wellness Education. The ARHP currently has members across North and South America, Australia, and Europe.


    For more information on the Network Wave visit www.networkwave.com


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    About The Association for Reorganizational Healing Practice

    The Association for Reorganizational Healing Practice (ARHP) is a not-for-profit professional organization based in Washington, D.C., advancing the applications and practice of Reorganizational Healing. By developing new strategies for living and healing, Reorganizational Healing focuses on assisting individuals to more effectively navigate life. For more information on the ARHP, visit the site at www.reorganizational.org.


    CONTACT INFORMATION:

    Association for Reorganizational Healing Practice

    Erin Sorensen

    Email: info@reorganizational.org

    Phone: (202) 417-3815

    www.reorganizational.org


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  • 11 May 2016 10:00 AM | Anonymous

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    Press Release

    Ground Breaking Research Presented at Prestigious IEEE Global SIP Conference on Network Wave

    Roberto Martin-del-Campo recently presented eye-opening research at the IEEE Global SIP Conference confirming the existence of a unique Central Pattern Generator in the spine associated with the Network Wave. This holds huge importance for current and future spinal research.

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – (May 11, 2016) – The Association for Reorganizational Healing Practice (ARHP) is excited to announce a recent breakthrough in research findings relating to spinal function and nervous system organization. This research was presented at the annual Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Global Signal and Information Processing (SIP) Conference, and conducted by Roberto Martin-del-Campo and Edmond A. Jonckheere at the University of Southern California Department of Electrical Engineering and Mathematics.

    The research confirmed the existence of a unique Central Pattern Generator in the spine associated with the Network Wave. The Network Wave, first demonstrated by Dr. Donny Epstein over 25 years ago, has been described as a spinal healing wave that helps to promote wellness, self-awareness, and healthier lifestyle choices. The Network Wave response is a visible physiologic process or undulatory motion of the spine, and surrounding structures, which has been demonstrated to be linked to specific frequency entrained spinal oscillation (rocking vertebrae), arising from precise force or touch applications to the spine. It is an integral part of care provided by Network Spinal Analysis practitioners, who are members of the Association for Reorganizational Healing Practice.

    “This presentation further evidences the Network Wave and the far reaching benefits of Network care,” commented Dr. Donny Epstein, President of the Association for Reorganizational Healing Practice. “Identifying this unique Central Pattern Generator is invaluable in spinal function and behavior. This is especially promising as it relates to improving naturally inspired healing, making healthier choices and living with greater resourcefulness.”

    Roberto Martin-del-Campo, presenter of the paper remarked, “These unique findings are furthering our understanding of the spine and nervous system. The potential implications for spinal research are profound as we are able to measure coherence in the nervous system more precisely. We illustrated the reproducibility of the Network Wave indicating that the spinal wave is a coherent movement elicited by a Central Pattern Generator, opening the road for the potential of this coherence analysis to become part of the neurological suite.”

    The ARHP is an international professional organization, advancing the practice of Reorganizational Healing. Practices currently supported by the ARHP include Network Spinal Analysis Care and Somato Respiratory Integration Wellness Education. The ARHP currently has members across North and South America, Australia, and Europe.

    For more information on the Network Wave visit www.networkwave.com

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    About The Association for Reorganizational Healing Practice

    The Association for Reorganizational Healing Practice (ARHP) is a not-for-profit professional organization based in Washington, D.C., advancing the applications and practice of Reorganizational Healing. By developing new strategies for living and healing, Reorganizational Healing focuses on assisting individuals to more effectively navigate life. For more information on the ARHP, visit the site at www.reorganizational.org.

    CONTACT INFORMATION:

    Association for Reorganizational Healing Practice

    Erin Sorensen

    Email: info@reorganizational.org

    Phone: (202) 417-3815

    www.reorganizational.org

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    We are excited to share with you this ground breaking Wave Research!

    Please click link for full Wave Research Press Release

    Launch: May 11, 2016

    Wave Press Release

  • 15 May 2014 5:06 PM | ARHP Administrator (Administrator)

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

     

    Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of Dr. Donny Epstein’s Evolutionary Chiropractic Teaching Programs

    This month Donny Epstein celebrates 30 years of delivering innovative chiropractic seminars on Network Spinal Analysis care and wellness.

     

    Washington, D.C. – May 15, 2014 Donny Epstein, D.C., the creator of Network Spinal Analysis (NSA) care is excited to announce that April 27th, 2014 marked his 30th anniversary of delivering groundbreaking seminars to chiropractors and healthcare professionals. Over the span of three decades, Dr. Epstein’s work has been studied at several major universities, and has even been the subject of the largest retrospective study ever conducted in the chiropractic profession. This study demonstrated broad reaching improvements with individuals receiving NSA care across several domains of quality of life and health.

    The development of Network care from the first seminar 30 years ago has been fascinating,” says founder and developer of Network Spinal Analysis care Dr. Donny Epstein. “We have seen such profound and far reaching developments in the care and research, and more importantly, in how the care has touched the lives of hundreds of thousands of people worldwide.”

    Network Spinal Analysis Care is an innovative evidence-based approach to wellness and body awareness, which incorporates low force contacts applied at specific points along the spine. Epstein’s work enables the development of unique spinal waves, which have been found to be a self-healing and organizing force for change.

    Research conducted at the University of California, Irvine, found that those who receive NSA care experience statistically significant improvement in their health and quality of life. It has been instrumental in helping individuals improve their physical well being, have less stress, improve their emotional and psychological well being, enjoy life more, adapt better to change and experience an increase in positive lifestyle changes. Additionally, several universities have studied the unique properties of the Network wave and its ability to advance the human nervous system. The Network wave response is a visible physiologic process, or undulatory motion of the spine and surrounding structures, which has been demonstrated to be linked to greater nervous system coherence.

    The very first seminar conducted by Dr. Epstein 30 years ago, marked an exciting new chapter in the chiropractic profession. Originally taught as Network Chiropractic, the work developed into the method currently taught as Network Spinal Analysis care. Dr. Epstein and his staff have taught thousands of chiropractors over the past three decades. As well, NSA care is currently taught in several chiropractic colleges, and the Association for Reorganizational Healing Practice (ARHP) is the professional organization for practitioners of Network care.

    Epstein explains, “People today, more than ever, are looking for strategies so they can be happier, healthier and more fulfilled in their lives. We are living 21st century lifestyles with outdated nervous systems that requiring significant upgrading. Network Spinal Analysis seeks to reorganize the human spine and its operating system to provide greater energy efficiency, coherence and increased ‘bandwidth’ for communication throughout the body. This upgraded spine enables greater health, increased life self-leadership and heightened human resourcefulness.

    About Dr. Donald Epstein

    Donny Epstein, D.C. is the developer of Network Spinal Analysis, Somato Respiratory Integration, and Reorganizational Healing, as well as author of four books.  His models of wellness, spinal and neural integrity, outcome assessments and Somatic Awareness have been studied by numerous universities and have been subject for several major research projects.  For the past three decades, Dr. Epstein has been at the forefront of wellness development within the chiropractic profession and beyond. For more information visit www.wiseworldseminars.com

    About The Association for Reorganizational Healing

    The Association for Reorganizational Healing Practice (ARHP) is a not-for-profit professional organization based in Washington, D.C., advancing the applications and practice of Reorganizational Healing. By developing new strategies for living and healing, Reorganizational Healing focuses on assisting individuals to more effectively navigate life and empower human resourcefulness. For more information on the ARHP, visit the site at www.reorganizational.org.

    CONTACT INFORMATION:

    Association for Reorganizational Healing Practice

    Rita Rogers

    Email: info@reorganizational.org

    Phone: (202) 417-3815

    www.reorganizational.org

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  • 14 May 2013 1:08 PM | Anonymous
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    The Association for Reorganizational Healing Practice celebrates the 25th anniversary since the first public demonstration of the Network Wave by Dr. Donny Epstein.

     

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – (May 14, 2013) – For a quarter century the Network Wave has been helping people reorganize their spines and lives.

     

    Dr. Donny Epstein, the creator of Network Spinal Analysis Care, first publically demonstrated the Network Wave 25 years ago. Since then, it has been experienced by hundreds of thousands of people around the world. The Network Wave is described as a spinal healing wave that helps to promote wellness, self-awareness, and healthier lifestyle choices.

     

    Dr. Epstein explains, “The Network Wave has been studied in several major universities because of its unique properties for advancing the human nervous system, By achieving greater nervous system coherence, the Network Wave enhances the body's ability to direct energy for healing, transformation, and advancing one’s body, mind and spirit.

     

    The Network Wave has evolved through the application of Network Spinal Analysis (NSA) care. The Network wave response is a visible physiologic process or undulatory motion of the spine, and surrounding structures, which has been demonstrated to be linked to specific frequency entrained spinal oscillation (rocking vertebrae), arising from precise force or touch applications to the spine. It is an integral part of care provided by NSA practitioners, who are members of the Association for Reorganizational Healing Practice (ARHP).

     

    The ARHP is an international professional organization, advancing the practice of Reorganizational Healing. Practices currently supported by the ARHP include Network Spinal Analysis Care and Somato Respiratory Integration Wellness Education. The ARHP currently has members across North and South America, Australia, and Europe.

     

    The Network Wave, as a revolutionary physical process, continues to advance research into areas of spinal reorganization. Network Wave research at the University of Southern California, has demonstrated increased organization of the nervous system with advancing levels of NSA Care. “The objectively established fact,” states Professor Edmond Jonckheere, Ph,D, “that the signals become less random and more predictable can be interpreted to reveal a better ‘‘organization’’ of the neural circuitry at advanced levels of care.”

     

    Additional research into Network Spinal Analysis Care, in a landmark study involving 2,818 patients conducted at the University of California-Irvine, established a direct association with improved quality of life changes with an individual’s experience of the Network Wave. These areas of quality of life improvement include physical well-being, mental/emotion well-being, an increased ability to deal with stress and general quality of life improvement.

     

    Today's lifestyle demands draw heavily upon our personal resources,” added Dr. Epstein. “The Network Wave can upgrade our body's operating systems to be better equipped for the more complex software required in these times of rapid change.”

     

    For more information on the Network Wave visit www.networkwave.com

     

    About The Association for Reorganizational Healing

    The Association for Reorganizational Healing Practice (ARHP) is a not-for-profit professional organization based in Washington, D.C., advancing the applications and practice of Reorganizational Healing. By developing new strategies for living and healing, Reorganizational Healing focuses on assisting individuals to more effectively navigate life. For more information on the ARHP, visit the site at www.reorganizational.org.

     

    CONTACT INFORMATION:

    Association for Reorganizational Healing Practice

    Rita Rogers

    Email: info@reorganizational.org

    Phone: (202) 417-3815

    www.reorganizational.org

     

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  • 25 Jul 2012 11:40 PM | ARHP Administrator (Administrator)
    Press Release
     
    Advocating Major CCE Reforms, “DaVinci Group” Holds Second Strategy Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona
     
    A large and diverse body of concerned individuals and organization representatives gathered in Scottsdale Arizona on July 12, 2012 to continue to explore ways and means of securing profound and fundamental reforms within the Council on Chiropractic Education (CCE).   More than sixty individuals representing thirty organizations met at the Hyatt Regency Resort Scottsdale for an intensive day-long session of dialogue, information sharing and an in-depth discussion of the specific reforms needed within CCE to restore profession-wide confidence in and acceptance of chiropractic’s sole accrediting agency.   Named for the conference room in which the inaugural session was held on May 19th in Atlanta, Georgia, the DaVinci Group scheduled its second meeting to coincide with the CCE’s second “stakeholder Meeting” and the CCE Mid-Year meeting, at the same facility, in an effort to facilitate maximum connectivity.  The second DaVinci Conference continued the far-reaching work of the inaugural Atlanta session with a special focus on how best to engage and educate CCE decision makers on the vital importance, indeed urgency, of re-establishing a strong chiropractic-centered basis for the agency’s educational Standards. 
     
    The group also explored various aspects of the public policy process and considered a variety of means by which the concerns of the mainstream chiropractic practitioner might most effectively be communicated in this complex arena.
     
    Recognizing the long-term nature of the challenges inherent in the mission and goals of the group, a representative Steering Committee was elected to coordinate the ongoing activities of the DaVinci Group.  In an effort to make the Steering Committee as representative as possible, the participants were, by unanimous consent, divided into several categories based on the nature of the group they represented.  Thus, the representatives of state chiropractic associations were asked to select two representatives to the Steering Committee; representatives of technique organizations to select one representative; national associations to select two representatives and the reform advocacy and research organizations were invited to select the final two representatives.  The group then elected a Chairperson at-large with all representatives participating in that dimension of the voting process.
     
    The Steering Committee of the DaVinci Group elected on July 12th includes:
     
    Gerard W. Clum, DC            Chairman
    Sharon Gorman, DC            State Associations Representative
    Tim Day, DC                  State Associations Representative
    Daniel Lemberger, DC            Technique Group Representative
    Michael S. McLean, DC      Reform Groups and Foundations Representative
    Jay G. Kormarek, DC            Reform Groups and Foundations Representative
    Bill Decken, DC                  National Association Representative
    Stephen P. Welsh, DC            National Association Representative

    In addition to the Steering Committee elected at the Scottsdale conference, several topical committees on key issues were also empanelled and charged with conducting research and preparing papers for consideration and use by the group as efforts move forward.  

    The proximity of the DaVinci Conference II to the proceedings of the CCE made it possible for numerous representatives participating in that discussion to readily be available for the second CCE “Stakeholders” meeting.  This CCE discussion took place on the morning of July 12th.  And following the conclusion of that discussion, various DaVinci Group participants who also attended the CCE Stakeholders meeting presented detailed reports on the topics covered, questions asked, etc., to the full group in the afternoon.

    The DaVinci Group reaffirmed the statement developed at the Atlanta meeting on May 19th calling for fundamental reforms within the CCE.  Three main areas were agreed upon in the document as areas where the CCE needs to reverse recent changes to their Standards as well as become more representative of the practice of chiropractic.   These include:
     
    * Restoring the language of “…detection and reduction of vertebral subluxation” to the Standards describing the course work leading up to receiving the Doctor of Chiropractic degree.

    * Returning the phrase “…without the use of drugs or surgery” which had been recently removed from the foreword of the Standards to an appropriate placement in the 2012 version of the Standards.

    * Reforming several governance issues that would broaden the way elections are held, increasing diversity and representation on the CCE’s governing Council.
     
    DaVinci Group participants at the Scottsdale session also expressed strong unanimity in support of the inclusion in the CCE Standards of language that provides for subluxation detection and correction for both symptomatic and a-symptomatic patients.

    “The long term nature of the commitment of those concerned about the need for reform within the CCE has been well reflected in the actions taken at the July 12th conference,” said DaVinci Group Chairman Dr. Gerard W. Clum.  “Moving forward, this growing movement now has an infrastructure based on a powerful consensus, a growing list of tasks and action steps and there is both excitement and determination among those working for the strongest possible future for chiropractic’s educational system.”
     
    The DaVinci Group Steering Committee will be coordinating the next action steps on the part of the group and will keep the chiropractic profession fully informed and advised as to when and where grass-roots or other en masse actions are needed.
  • 02 Mar 2012 8:00 AM | ARHP Administrator (Administrator)
    March 2, 2012

     

    Network Spinal Analysis Care Elective Added at Sherman College

     

    Sherman College of Chiropractic is adding a technique elective to its repertoire: Network Spinal Analysis (NSA) Care. President Jon Schwartzbauer, D.C., authorized the course following approval by several campus groups, including Faculty Senate, Academic Affairs Committee and Administrative Council. The elective request was initiated by students. The course will be offered in spring quarter 2012, which begins in April; it will also be included in the regular rotation of electives offered.

     

    “We are pleased to offer the Network Spinal Analysis Care elective as it satisfies a current student demand and gives the college more flexibility and variety in its elective schedule,” Schwartzbauer said. “This is one way Sherman is meeting students’ needs for a comprehensive chiropractic education relevant to health care today.”

     

    Committed to securing faculty who are experts in their course content and fields of study, the college has contracted with one of the leading instructors in NSA Care, Brian T. Lumb, D.C., to teach the course on its campus in Spartanburg, SC. Students completing the elective will receive a certificate of completion for NSA Basic Care training and will be eligible for NSA Intermediate and Advanced Care education.

     

    Network Spinal Analysis Care is an evidence-based approach to wellness and body awareness, which cues the brain to create new reorganizational and wellness-promoting strategies. NSA Care incorporates low force contacts applied at specific points to the spine, which advances spinal and neural integrity and self-regulation of vertebral subluxation, thus improving health and healing.

     

    NSA Care has been studied at several major universities, and has been the subject of the largest retrospective study ever conducted in the chiropractic profession demonstrating broad reaching improvements across several domains of quality of life and health.  Regarding this exciting new course offering at the college, Dr. Donald Epstein, founder and developer of NSA Care stated, “I am thrilled about the new NSA elective at Sherman College. This offering advances the many wonderful contributions of NSA Care to the academic and chiropractic community, which include numerous international conference presentations and published papers demonstrating NSA Care’s unique spinal reorganizational properties, enhanced nervous system coherence, and wellness benefits.”

     

    Sherman’s 36-hour lecture/laboratory elective will explore the theory, analysis and protocol of Network Spinal Analysis Basic Care. Upon completion of the course, students will be able to describe the clinical objectives of NSA care, the Epstein Model of Spinal and Neural Integrity, the NSA phasing system, the physiologic effects of adverse cord tension and its resolution, and the role it plays in the NSA care system. Students will also learn to effectively evaluate patients using NSA Basic Care procedures and determine appropriate protocols and care plans.

     

     

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    Sherman College of Chiropractic provides students with a comprehensive chiropractic education, preparing them to enter the field as primary health care professionals who are highly skilled, compassionate, ethical and successful. On its 80-acre campus in South Carolina, Sherman offers a first professional degree program unique in its approach to health care and known globally for the skill and art of chiropractic delivered by graduates. For more information, visit www.sherman.eduor call 800-849-8771.

     

    For more information, please contact:

    Karen Rhodes

    Director of Public Relations

    Sherman College of Chiropractic

    Phone: 800-849-8771, ext. 242

    E-mail: krhodes@sherman.edu

    Web: www.sherman.edu

     

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