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Nerve pressure aka “pinched” nerve(s) are a common ailment which often result in discomfort, muscle fatigue, numbness and pain. A nerve becomes “pinched” when too much pressure is applied to the nerve by surrounding tissues including bones, cartilage, muscles and/or tendons. When the nerve experience pressure, it may disrupt the normal function of the nerve.

Subluxation is the term used by Doctors of Chiropractic to describe nerve pressure aka “pinched” nerve(s) which is a misalignment of bones resulting in nerve pressure or irritation. A vertebral subluxation is a spinal abnormality that interferes with the nerve(s). I t can create dis-ease, lowered resistance to disease, pain, fatigue, imbalance and can pave the way for ill health. Doctors of Chiropractic specialize in locating, analyzing and correcting vertebral Subluxations.

When the bones of the spine aka vertebrae are misaligned or out of normal position causing interference with nerve messages between the brain and the body, the following will occur;

1.    Spinal Kinesiopathology is when the vertebrae are jammed and less/more mobile than they should be.

2.    Neuropathophysiology is nerve pressure causing the nerve impulse(s) traveling through the nerves are altered.

3.      Myopathology is chronically overly sensitive, tight and or weak muscles.

4.  Histopathology is when swelling is present indicating soft tissue changes as well as affected internal organs.

5.   Pathophysiology is when joints, ligaments and organs show signs of premature aging and lack of vitality.



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