FAQ - Back as a Cause of Disease?

The spine is made up of 24 individual mobile bones called vertebrae that run the length of the back, from the skull to the sacrum. This structure is the main support for the body and encases the entire spinal cord. 

The billions of nerves make up this spinal cord that branch out to form the spinal nerves that leak through the tiny openings between the vertebrae, carrying vital nerve impulses (in short, life) that travel from the brain to all parts of the brain. Body. 

A misalignment of one or more of the vertebrae can irritate, cause pressure or impingement on the spinal nerves and the result is a lack of health, by interfering (irritation or obstruction) with the normal control of the nerve over your body. 

Since the brain controls all parts of your body through the nervous system, this nerve interference can cause pain and many specific health problems. 

It can lower the resistance of your body so that you become more susceptible to any type of disease.