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About Dr. Ruth Ziemba


Dr. Ruth Ziemba helps people reach this overall state of well-being every day. In her professional life first as an oncology nurse, then as a doctor of chiropractic, Dr. Ziemba has seen a lot of illness. Now, as a practitioner of Network Spinal Analysis, she’s seeing a lot more wellness. And it’s not coming from “cracking,” “manipulating,”or “adjusting.” It’s coming from a series of gentle touches in specific areas along the body, touches that bring more ease and flexibility into the body as well as the mind.


Why the mind as well as the body? Think about it. When you don’t feel like dealing with something, how often do you say, “I’ll put that in the back of my mind”? Well, if you’re like most people, you say it pretty often. And like most people, that’s exactly where it stays. Let’s face it, who wants to deal with life’s annoyances and stresses? And so in the back of your mind they sit. And sit. And sit. And since the back of your mind is your spinal column, by dealing with your spine you’re also dealing with your mind.

Think of network care like the windshield wipers of your life. Clearing away the years of accumulated unwanted and un-dealt-with dirt to give you greater visibility into all areas of your life. Once cleared you’ll find the benefits in many parts of your life. Your ability to focus will increase and so will your energy level. Your coping mechanisms will improve and so will your relationships. Your backaches will ease and so will your headaches. Your future will be more about responding to life instead of reacting to it.

Her Inspiration

Dr. Donald Epstein


Michael Stern




Peter Levine


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