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What are Pinched Nerves?

What is Vertebral Subluxation?

Vertebral subluxation is not exactly a household word.  The average person is familiar with words like cancer, arthritis, stroke, etc., the  silent killer is virtually unknown to most people.  Lets take a look at the term vertebral subluxation.  If we break the term down we get vertebra which is a spinal bone.  Subluxations broken down gives us Sub- meaning less than and luxation – meaning dislocation.  In other words, one of the spinal bones has slipped out of place resulting in a pinched nerve or nerves.  This is sometimes improperly referred to as a slipped disc.

What is the Significance?

The significance of the vertebral subluxation (pinched nerve) or fixation is that is produces neuronal disturbance (interference with the life force flowing over the nerves).  This nerve interference disrupts the control of body processes and produces incoordination in tissues, organs and glandular function.  Nerves are directly and indirectly in co0ntrol of all body processes, interference with the life messages over nerves may cause illness in any part of the body.

What Causes Subluxations?

Quite often you are totally unaware of subluxation taking place.  Babies often suffer pinched nerves birth without the mother or Doctor being aware of .  This ands other factors cause a newborns vertebrae to misalign.  A slap on the back, tripping on the edge of a carpet, etc., often cause discomfort for a short time and are dismisses as nothing to worry about.  A subluxation has taken place, ignored, perhaps to show up for months or even years later as dis-ease.

Less obvious subluxations causes are trauma, fear and drugs.  Drugs causing depressions of nerves, fear and trauma causing tension, thus inviting vertebrae to misalign.

Car accidents cause a large portion of subluxations, including the so called “fender benders”.  The body is jarred and/or startle to an extent where nerves become pinched.

Never dismiss any kind of accident, Get it checked immediately by us to prevent any chance of later problems.



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