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It Starts with a Subluxation

A subluxation occurs when one or more vertebrae move out of alignment. Spinal bones can lose their usual position as a result of everyday stress, injury, or chemical imbalances.

A subluxation occurs when one or more vertebrae move out of alignment. Spinal bones can lose their usual position as a result of everyday stress, injury, or chemical imbalances.

A subluxation occurs when one or more vertebrae move out of alignment. Spinal bones can lose their usual position as a result of everyday stress, injury, or chemical imbalances. Only a comprehensive chiropractic spinal examination can determine whether you have a subluxation in need of correction.

According to the medical text, Gray’s Anatomy, “The nervous system controls and coordinates all organs and structures of the body.”

When your vertebrae are out of alignment, the narrowing of the spinal opening causes a hard bone to apply pressure on a soft nerve. It’s easy to see how vital nerve flow can be interrupted. If the subluxation occurs in the neck, you are more likely to have head, neck and arm pain.

Misalignments between the shoulder blades may cause pain to radiate between the ribs to the chest. Low back misalignments may cause discomfort to extend down into your legs.

Often patients will wait for days or weeks trying to figure out why their leg or arm or neck hurts. In the meantime, damage continues to occur n as spinal nerves are pinched,  stretched, or irritated. The location of your d pain may not be the area of injury.

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