Health Concerns Addressed

Network Care, in my opinion, is a vitally effective choice to consider in addressing the following:

  • * Anxiety
  • * Stress — difficulty in coping with current life situation
  • * Numbing, tingling, painful sensations down arms (carpal tunnel syndrome) and legs (sciatica)
  • * Back pain
  • * Neck pain
  • * Scoliosis
  • * Posture
  • * Chronic pain
  • * Depression
  • * Injury recovery — whiplash, auto accidents, sports injuries, etc.
  • * Addictions, if there is enough cooperation to follow through with recommended care
  • * Sleep disorders — insomnia
  • * Balance – preventing falls
  • * Busy mind with lots of “mental chatter”, miss the “sense of wonder I had as a kid”
  • * Self-confidence
  • * Lifestyle choices: Diet, exercise, meditation, less use of medications
  • * Athletic performance
  • * Job performance
  • * Public presentations: speaking before an audience, music, teaching, acting, etc.
  • * Personal relationships, less alarm and anger, more compassion
  • * I seem to be stuck in a pattern I keep repeating over and over again
  • * ADD Attention Deficit Disorder –
    Lack of focus — at work, school studies, etc. As with all symptoms, labels, in my opinion, are often a disservice. The person’s sense of self-identity begins to “own” the problem, as in “I have ADD.” To a large extant, self-identity determines what we can perceive and act upon. The same can be said of all symptoms.

Talk to Dr. Steve Gardner directly. Reach us by phone (301) 986–4810 or email.