What Is A Subluxation?

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A vertebral subluxation is defined as: a misalignment of one or more of the vertebrae in the spinal column, which causes alteration of nerve functions and interference to the transmission of mental impulses, resulting in a lessening of the body’s innate ability to express its maximum health potential. Also referred to as spinal nerve interference.

These spinal misalignments have been documented in hundreds of research articles, and range in incidence from the birth process (both mother and child), to the growing years, all the way through adulthood and into old age. Literally anything that causes adverse stress to the joints of the spine can lead to a vertebral subluxation. A chiropractor is the only doctor who is trained to detect and correct vertebral subluxations.

» Click here to learn more about The Vertebral Subluxation.

How Can I Check If I Have Subluxations?
Although the only definitive method for identifying subluxations is to have your nervous system and spinal column assessed by a trained chiropractor, there are a few basic ways you can test yourself. These methods are not foolproof, but are a fairly reliable indication of some level of spinal misalignment, and subsequent nervous system impairment

» To view these simple tests, follow this link A Self Examination for Nerve Interference.