• Decompression

    Created in Newsletter Library, Staying Young Did you know that your spinal column’s spongy intervertebral discs (IVDs) comprise 25% of this segmented structure’s entire length? Did you know that an adult’s spinal column is approximately 24-28 inches in length? A little quick math shows that the total height of your spinal discs is approximately between

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  • Histopathology


    Created in About Chiropractic Care, Vertebral Subluxation Following a car accident, the bones of the spine may shift out of their original position or lose their normal motion, in what’s called vertebral subluxation complex. This condition is characterized by a set of signs and symptoms that affect the spinal column. Histopathology is one of its

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  • Myopathy


    Created in About Chiropractic Care, Vertebral Subluxation Myopathy refers to a group of muscle diseases that are caused by muscular dysfunction that results in muscle weakness and waste. It is important to recognize that while some myopathic conditions can be caused by reduced nerve supply or excess nerve supply, the disorders do not stem from

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  • Neuropathophysiology


    Created in About Chiropractic Care, Vertebral Subluxation Neuropathophysiology refers to pathophysiological conditions that affect the nervous system. A more recognizable term may be neuropathy. Neuropathy is not a single disease; rather, it is an umbrella term used to describe a host of disorders that affect various nerves in various ways, in various areas of the

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  • Pathophysiology


    Created in About Chiropractic Care, Vertebral Subluxation Pathophysiology means the function in an individual or an organ is disturbed due to disease, leading to a structural defect. In chiropractic care, it often presents when unusual bony growths, such as bone spurs, attempt to fuse malfunctioning joints, causing the spine to degrade, joints to become altered,

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  • Spinal Kinesiopathology

    Spinal Kinesiopathology

    Created in About Chiropractic Care, Vertebral Subluxation Spinal kinesiopathology is the unusual positioning or motion of the spinal bones, to the point where the patient’s ability to turn and bend is restricted. It is one of five components of vertebral subluxation complex — a set of symptoms and signs that affect the spinal column —

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