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Vertebral Subluxation and Chiropractic

vertebral subluxation and chiropractic

Vertebral Subluxation and its Impact on Muscle Spasms

Vertebral subluxation occurs when one or more vertebrae in the spine become misaligned, affecting not only the physical structure but also interfering with the spinal cord and nerves that emerge from the vertebrae. This misalignment can have a direct impact on the nervous system and the areas of the body it controls.

Vertebral Subluxation and Your Health

The nervous system is essential for the control and coordination of all cells, tissues, organs and systems in the body, maintaining an optimal state of health and well-being. When a subluxation occurs, the normal flow of nerve impulses from the brain to the body and vice versa can be altered, affecting the body's ability to function efficiently.

Over time, subluxations can lead to more serious health problems, including chronic muscle spasms, as they prevent body systems, such as digestion, the immune system, and breathing, from operating at their full capacity.

How Chiropractors Treat Subluxations

At Aurele Rossi chiropractor we treat vertebral subluxation through precise and controlled chiropractic adjustments. These adjustments not only correct the subluxation, but also restore nervous system function, allowing for better communication between the brain and the rest of the body. As a result, patients often experience a significant decrease in muscle spasms and an improvement in quality of life.

Contributing Factors to Subluxations

Vertebral subluxation can be caused by several factors, including:

  • Physical stress such as poor posture, repetitive movements and accidents.
  • Chemical stress from habits such as smoking and consumption of processed foods.
  • Emotional stress due to personal or professional conflicts.

These types of stress not only predispose to subluxations but can also exacerbate muscle spasms.

Difference between Luxation and Subluxation

It is important to distinguish between a dislocation, which is the complete displacement of a bone from its joint, and a subluxation, which involves a partial and limited displacement. In the context of the spine, while a spinal dislocation involves a complete misalignment with possible ligament tears, a subluxation is a milder spinal dysfunction that does not include fractures but still causes significant interference in the nervous system.

Eliminating and preventing vertebral subluxation improves nerve communications and promotes a higher level of health naturally, reducing dependence on medications and decreasing the incidence of muscle spasms.

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