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Reaching Your Full Potential

Do you have abundant energy all day long?

Is your body flexible and pain-free?

Are you motivated and excited to do your daily exercise routine? Woman_on_Beach_1.jpg

Is your athletic performance where you want it to be?

Are you able to use stress constructively, and therefore, experience confidence in dealing with adversity?

Do you regularly experience a sense of relaxation and well-being?

Are you interested in improving your physical appearance, increasing your ability to master stress, and getting on an accelerated path to accomplishing your goals?

Do you believe that you are worth investing in?

A research study was conducted at the College of Medicine at the University of California at Irvine. This study, entitled " Documentation and Characterization of Network Care"' demonstrates that Network Care is associated with statistically significant, profound and consistent improvement in self-reported health and wellness issues. Some of the improvements reported include; improved flexibility of the spine, more energy, less fatigue, fewer colds or flu, less stress in coping with daily problems and relationships, improved ability to think and concentrate, improved ability to stay on task, more positive feelings about self, an increase in regular exercise and actual life accomplishments. (See http://www.networkchiropractic.org/ for the entire study).

All signals from the brain to the other cells in the body must be clear for the body to function optimally. Mental stresses, physical traumas and other challenges tend to obscure these signals, resulting in a gradual erosion of our body's functioning. This lowers our potential for optimal health and well-being.

In our clinic we utilize Network Spinal Analysis. Our preference for this approach, which requires post-doctoral training, stems from the fact that it consistently respects the natural healing capabilities of the body. The gentle work is done in a precise sequence that helps the body to release the maladaptive, unhealthy patterns it has developed.

Dr. Burke is a practicing member of the Association for Network Chiropractic. Dr. Burke is highly experienced and proficient in Network Spinal Analysis and has achieved the additional distinction of Advanced Certification.

Take the first steps now to reaching your full potential. E-mail or call us now at (617) 964-3332 to schedule your evaluation and hands-on session. There are limited spaces available. Please allow one hour of your time.

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8:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:45 am

8:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:45 am

8:00 pm

Thursday:

7:45 am

8:00 pm

Friday:

7:45 am

7:15 pm

Saturday:

8:30 am

3:00 pm

Sunday:

11:00 am

6:30 pm

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