Subluxation causes weakness and imbalance of your nerves to vital organs, muscle and skeletal.
Spinal Subluxation effects Nerves!
Spinal Nerves Effect:
1. Autonomic Nerves: affect internal organ function
2. Motor Nerves: affect muscles
3. Sensory Nerves affect sensation
The way the body deals with that instability is by laying down more bone (Wolfs Law), and thus, bone spurs are created.
One can find subluxations causing an inability to digest, see and even hear correctly. One can find their healing time begin to slow. Subluxation can even cause the canals in childrens ears to not slant and drain correctly!◾Fallen off a swing
◾Slid into first base
◾Been in a car accident
◾Fallen off a bike
◾Slept in the wrong position
◾Maintained sustained postures for a long period of time
◾Sat at a computer with your head in a forward posture
◾Studied in college for hours at a time with your head down
◾Noticed a short leg
◾Carried a backpack
◾Gotten in a fight
◾Fallen out of a tree
◾Slept on a plane
◾Jumped off a swing
◾Gotten hit in dodge ball
◾Worked a desk job
◾Fallen while learning how to walk
◾Thrown your back out
◾Driven across the country
◾Wiped out surfing
◾Ran a marathon
◾Carried a baby
◾Slipped on the ice
◾Had a concussion or other head injury B
◾roken and arm or leg
◾Delivered a baby
◾Had a low shoulder
◾Worked as a cashier
◾Been to the dentist or just plain been under the influence of gravity?
…and this is just a partial list! If you have or someone you know has a spine, and has had one of these things happen, then you could have subluxation.