One of the things I thoroughly enjoy each month is reviewing chiropractic research. Here are some of my favourites. Each has tremendous potential for further investigation and further research is needed before clear public health messages can be developed. I hope you enjoy the read.
Reorganizational Healing and Chiropractic
Reorganizational healing offers a new paradigm or view. It is described as an approach to personal awareness, acceptance, and transformation spanning the spectrum from illness to new levels of wellness in behaviour and consciousness. The authors state, “Reorganizational Healing emerged from three disciplines developed by Donald Epstein: 1) Network Spinal Analysis (NSA) care, 2) Somato Respiratory Integration (SRI) exercises, and 3) an energetic educational discipline (EED) that is in an informal stage of development. These three disciplines arose from practical application, qualitative and empirical research, as well as a broad theoretical base including Integral Theory. Some major developments from these methodologies are described below in order to show the transdisciplinary roots of ROH. While ROH developed from these three methodologies, it transcends and includes them.” This is a very heady work, and offers an exciting model for discovery, transformation, awakening, or integration.
Epstein DM, Senzon SA, Lemberger D: Reorganizational healing: a paradigm for the advancement of wellness, behavior change, holistic practice, and healing. J Altern Complement Med. 2009 May;15(5):475-87. doi: 10.1089/acm.2009.0043.
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