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What is a Subluxation?

Subluxations (pronounced sub-luck-say-shuns) are problem areas of your spine that affect your entire nerve system. In these problem areas, the spinal bones are misaligned or have lost their normal range of movement. This irritates, or puts pressure on, local nerves, which interfere with the communication between your brain and body (and vice versa).

How do subluxations happen?

The stresses and strains of everyday living such as housework, gardening, desk work, lifting, or even sleeping on the couch can cause spinal problems. So can falls, accidents (especially car accidents), and sports activities and injuries. In children, subluxations may occur during birth, while learning to walk and play, and from everyday childhood activities.

What are some warning signs of subluxations?

Symptoms such as headaches, back pain, neck stiffness, pain in your shoulders, arms or legs, or numbness in your hands or feet are the most common signs of subluxations. But like a tooth cavity, most people will have a subluxation long before they notice any symptoms.

How are subluxations corrected?

Your chiropractor will reduce and correct subluxations with highly skilled adjustments to your spine. If the subluxations have been present a short time, you may need only a few adjustments. However, long-term, chronic subluxations will require more frequent adjustments to retrain the problem areas of the spine to hold the vertebrae in their normal, healthy positions. As subluxations are corrected, your nerve system starts to function properly again and your body heals itself.

How can I avoid subluxations?

Periodic adjustments will keep subluxations from recurring or new ones from developing. Chiropractic care can help you enjoy the best of health for the rest of your life when combined with a sensible diet and moderate exercise.

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