(877) 442 4476

Vertebral Subluxation: How does it interfere?

What does subluxation interfere with? A common answer is that it interferes with your nerves!

Interference with the nerves is correct, but do you know what’s inside those nerves that can be affected by vertebral subluxation?

The practice of chiropractic has a focus on the relationship between structure and function: the structure of the spine and the function of the neurological system.

This structure-function relationship has an affect on your wellbeing or inherent recuperative power within the body to heal itself.

The inherent recuperative power within the body utilizes the neurological system to coordinate and direct the trillions of cells working together towards an optimal state of wellbeing. Your highest quality of wellbeing is directed by your neurological system through communication of impulses from the brain to the body and the body back to the brain through the nerves.

When vertebrae become subluxated, interference can result in the body’s communication process. Impulses delivered through the neurological system between the brain and the body’s 100 trillion cells to coordinate all bodily functions can be compromised.

The neurological communication process needs to be free of any interference in order for a complete state of wellbeing to take occur from within.

The practice of chiropractic focuses on the spine due to the intimate relationship the bones of the spine have with the neurological system-structure-function relationship. The structure or alignment of your spine affects the function of the neurological impulses that communicate throughout the body.

Your body consists of many interrelated systems all functioning in a coordinated state through an innate intelligence to adapt to stress and the demands in your environment. Chiropractic promotes being free of neurological interference at the spinal level due to being in optimal alignment.

Visit ChiroWay today to find out more about how you can benefit from regular chiropractic care!

No Comments

Post a Comment