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Central Nervous System communication

Central Nervous System communication

How is Chiropractic more than just “bad backs?”

Most people have come to associate Chiropractic with back pain, but a Chiropractic Lifestyle can offer so much more.

Bad backs do cause pain. The pain and your overall dysfunction come from something that Chiropractors term Spinal Subluxations. Only a Chiropractic assessment and adjustments help locate and reduce Spinal Subluxations thereby addressing your pain and improving your function.

Spinal Subluxations can best be described as specific sites of spinal malfunction leading to irritation of the body’s central computer, the Central Nervous System. The end result of spinal malfunction is a separation from wholeness and an inability to experience wellbeing. The wellness continuum shifts from wellness to subchronic to chronic pain. When you experience Spinal Subluxations you are experiencing subchronic pain first.  Spinal Subluxations are what cause the subchronic and chronic pain states in your body.

What is common between pain, disease, dysfunction and health and wellbeing is the integrity between the spine and the Nervous System. What this means is that Spinal Subluxations create a confusion in your body’s interpretation of the messages sent by the Central Nervous System. If the Central Nervous System can have its messages freely travel and express themselves through the spine, without interference and free of Subluxations, then a person can express wellbeing and full potential.

When the Nervous System feels good and is free of Spinal Subluxations, the rest of the body works well.

How do you know if you have a Spinal Subluxation?

Are you experiencing fatigue, recurring pain, insomnia, heart burn, or headaches? These are just a few of the indicators that you have Spinal Subluxations.

Discover where you really are on the health continuum.


Dr. Vera Baziuk


Your Chiropractic Lifestyle Doctor








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