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  • THE CLIENTS JOURNEY into WELLNESS
    Presented by: Dr. Paul Juszczyk &
    Beth Juszczyk
  • Creating Wellness
    • What is the Objective of the Creating Wellness System?
    • What is CWAS and how does it work?
    • What is the Wellness Quotient?
    • What is the Visit Schedule?
    • What will I receive with the CWAS?
  • The Three Dimensions of “Stress”
    Physical
    Biochemical
    Psychological
    • The body has an Innate Intelligence that coordinates, repairs, renews and heals
    • Negative Stress in these three dimensions distorts the nerve system and distorts the expression of Innate Intelligence, which leads to ill health, disease and disability
  • Objectives of the Wellness Program
    • To objectively measure a client’s state of Wellness in three dimensions
    • To provide the client customized products and coaching services that will allow the client to make sustainable behavioral changes, which will cause an improvement in the state of Wellness
    • To periodically reassess the client’s state of Wellness
  • Product Overview
    Client Wellness Goals
    Customized Program
    Questionnaires
    Wellness Quotient
    CWASPhysiologic
    Assessment
    SubStation
    Assessment
  • Physiologic Measurements of Wellness
    • CWAS Assessments
    • Insight Subluxation Station Assessments
  • Stress Profiler
    Lung Capacity
    Blood Pressure
    Strength
    CWAS Assessments
    • Body Composition
    • Cardiovascular & Respiratory Performance
    • Stress Profiling
    • Strength
    BMI
  • Body Composition
    • BMI (Body Mass Index)
    • Girth
    • Body composition analysis
  • Cardiovascular & Respiratory Performance
    • Blood Pressure
    • Seated Heart Rate
    • Vital Lung Capacity
  • Strength
    • Dynamometer
    • Arm
    • Torso
    • Leg
  • Stress Profiling
    • Dealing productively with stress is an important aspect of wellness
    • CWAS provides an objective assessment of stress reactivity
    • Understanding our stress responses is a vital first step to taking control and creating wellness
  • Measuring Stress
    • CWAS measures the physiologic responses that are most reactive to stress
    Galvanic Skin Resistance (GSR)
    Heart rate
    Peripheral Blood Flow
    Skin Temperature
    • Scientific validity of all measurements is well-established
    Extensive literature in polygraphy and psychophysiology
  • Different Kinds of Stress
    • “Stress tests” measure only responses to physical demand
    • CWAS Stress Profiling assesses responses to “real world” stress
    Scientific literature shows that responses are most pronounced to psychological stressors
  • How Stress Profiling Works
    • Easily performed
    All measurements are conveniently (and non-threateningly) made from one hand
    Synchronized audio will direct client while software acquires physiologic data
    • Three-minute protocol
    Resting Baseline
    Response to Stressors
    Recovery
  • Stress Profiling Results
    • Analysis is based primarily on recovery from stress
    A “hot” reactor has elevated responses that do not return to baseline levels quickly
    Identify sources of stress and develop coping strategies
  • Insight Subluxation Station Assessments
    • Nervous System Multiplier
    • Ability of the nervous system to process stress
  • Questionnaires
    • Quantifies specific behaviors regarding Physical, Bio-Chemical, Psychological Stresses
    Used in both the WQ and to determine specific customization for the Audio
  • The Creating Wellness Quotient
    • A single number that represents the client’s overall wellness
    • A standardized indicator
    An integrated and weighted value determined by factors in all three dimensions
    Wellness
    Quotient = 89
  • Questionnaires
    Physical
    CWAS
    Questionnaires
    Wellness Quotient
    Bio-Chemical
    CWAS
    Questionnaires
    Psychological
    CWAS
    Creating Wellness Quotient
    SubStation Nervous
    System Multiplier
  • Client Wellness Goals