Neil Salka

Last Updated:Saturday, October 07, 2000

Created on Thu, 17 June 1997

Neil Salka,D.C. is a 1979 Graduate of Western States Chiropractic College in Portland, Oregon. His educational background includes pre-medical studies at Southern Oregon State College and basic health sciences at the National College of Naturopathic Medicine. Dr.Salka has practiced Chiropractic in Washington and Oregon and is currently licenced to practice in five states including New York. His specialty training in Chiropractic includes:Network Spinal Analysis (N.S.A.,formerly Network Chiropractic),Somato-Respiratory Integration, Sacral-Occipital Technique, Spinal Column Stressology, and Polarity Therapy. He has worked as an associate to some of the finest holistic physicians in the New York area. He has also taught Clinical Nutrition for Gary Null's Holistic Practitioner Certification Program at Pratt Institute. Dr. Salka is an athlete and the teams sports Chiropractor for the Natural Living Walking and Running Club. He maintains a private practice in Pomona, NY and The Healing Center in NYC.

Dr.Salka believes the purpose of a Chiropractic adjustment is to unite the physical person with the spiritual person to achieve a state of complete wellness, and will be the model of healing in the future. His practice offers a broad holistic hands on service that he has named Integrated Body Balancing(I.B.B.)which allows a person to feel more ease in body and spirit. I.B.B. blends ancient healing methods with leading edge models, from Applied Kinesiology to Zone Reflex. I.B.B.primarily utilizes a person's whole nervous system and the subtle electromagnetic Life forces moving within and without the total body. IBB is a gentle yet powerful way of liberating a persons own innate healing ability to release daily stress and patterns that block the full creative expression of their being. This is an advanced bodymind approach to healing that continuously empowers and honors each person by allowing them to be free of structural, chemical, and emotional interferences. A clearer and higher quality of life may then be enjoyed.

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