Home' In The City : In the City - Winter 2012 Contents It may now be possible to improve the overall quality of your life by reducing...
Persistent, mild or severe aches & pains
University Study Concludes, "Network Care should be
included among those practices with established health
If you want...
Network Care may also be an ideal way for you to achieve
those health goals. These were just a few of the conclusions that
investigators found to have statistical and clinical significance.
The study had over 2800 people who received this type of
chiropractic treatment and was conducted within the
Department of Anatomy & Neurobiology, College of Medicine,
and Department of Sociology, University of California Irvine. In
this study, 95% of respondents reported their expectations had
been met. More details on this and other research can be found
by visiting www.optimalhealthcanberra.com.au.
Dr Jason Barritt began his study of Network Care in 1990. The
objective of this method is to teach the body how to make its
own corrections. It is a type of Neuroplastic Treatment in which
scientists report "..... the synaptic strengths are adjusted, the
neural pathways are created, and consequently the signal
becomes less random."2* This provides strong evidence of
improved nerve function from this treatment. Dr Norman Doidge
explains the positive effects of Neuroplastic Treatments he has
investigated in his book The Brain That Changes Itself, by saying
"[Scientists] showed that the brain changes its very structure with
each different activity it performed, perfecting its circuits so it
was better suited to the task at hand." The 'task at hand' with Dr
Barritt's work is to enhance communication between the brain
and the body so that overall function and performance can
be optimised thereby initiating a powerful healing process.
Go to www.optimalhealthcanberra.com.au to see short
videos illustrating how gentle touches to the spine can trigger
corrective movements in the spine.
Dr Barritt has several upcoming free presentations/ demonstrations.
For dates and times please see website or call 6162 2919 to reserve
If you have:
Then call to receive a FREE 15 minute consultation. It does not
include treatment. It will include a brief physical evaluation and
a chance to have your questions answered.
1. Blanks, R.H., T.L., Dobson, M.A., Retrospective Assesment of Network Care Using a Survey of Self-Related Health, Wellness and Quality of life, Journal Of Vertebral Subluxation Research,
1997, Vol. 1, No. 4, P15-31. 2. Jonckheere, E.A.; Losoonthorn, P.; Boone, R. (2003). Dynamic modelling of spinal electromyographic activity during various conditions. Proceedings of the
2003 American Protocol Conference. 1:465-470.
IN THE CITY MAGAZINE
The Canberra Times | In The City Magazine | WINTER
As Canberra prepares for its centenary year, there are many big plans and
developments on the horizon. BY RICHARD FOX.
BIG PLANS FOR CONSTITUTION
Dedicated bus lanes, wider footpaths and new trees are set to make the
trip into the city from the east a more pleasurable experience after the ACT
government announced plans to upgrade Constitution Avenue. As part of
the $42 million upgrade of the 2.5-kilometre thoroughfare, which runs from
Anzac Parade to London Circuit, a central median will be created and planted
with new oak trees, with a dedicated bus lane in each direction alongside the
median. Preliminary work is due to start later this year.
HELP FOR THOSE CAUGHT SHORT
After impressing revellers in Europe and Sydney's Kings Cross,
temporary urinals will soon give those needing to relieve
themselves on a night out in the city have another option. They
will be trialled at three spots around the city in an attempt at
stopping anti-social behaviour and improving hygiene. The
urinals will be delivered and picked up each afternoon and
morning of the trial days so that they don't annoy anyone
during the day. For more information on the trial, visit www.
The new Constitution Avenue.
Temporary urinals are being trialled.
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