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Vertebral Subluxation Complex

Instead of treating your symptoms, your chiropractor is primarily
interested in detecting, reducing, and preventing the Vertebral Subluxation Complex.

A subluxation, or more precisely, the vertebral subluxation complex,
describes what happens when spinal bones lose their normal position and motion from stress, trauma, or chemical imbalances

Automobile accidents, improper lifting, alcohol, emotional stress, chemical imbalances, and long periods of sitting can cause the
vertebral subluxation complex.

The Vertebral Subluxation Complex is the underlying cause of many healthcare problems.

 

This Is A Serious Condition Identified By Its Five Parts

Spinal Kinesiopathology:
This is fancy way of saying the bones of the spine have lost their
normal motion and position. It restricts your ability to turn and bend. It sets in motion the other four components.

Neuropathophysiology:
Improper spinal function can choke, stretch, or irritate delicate nerve
tissue. The resulting nerve system dysfunction can cause symptoms elsewhere in the body.

Myopathology:
Muscles supporting the spine can weaken, atrophy, or become tight
and go into spasm. The resulting scar tissue changes muscle tone, requiring repeated spinal adjustments.

Histopathology:
A rise in temperature from an increase in blood and lymph supplies result in swelling and inflammation. Discs can bulge, herniate, tear, or degenerate. Other soft tissues may suffer permanent damage.

Pathophysiology:
Bone spurs and other abnormal bony growths attempt to fuse malfunctioning spinal joints. This spinal decay, scar tissue, and
long-term nerve dysfunction can cause other systems of the body to malfunction.

For more information about Vertebral Subluxation Complex, E-Mail Dr. Eric

 

 

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