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Protect your spine Back Pains & Silent Killers

Date posted: 2012-09-07 13:18

Protect your spine Back Pains & Silent Killers

Often people are totally unaware that they have subluxations in their spine. That is because many nerves send no pain messages and are not composed of sensory fibres. For example, you can feel when something happens to your skin (which is full of sensory nerves that send messages to your conscious brain) but not your liver (which has no sensory fibres going to the conscious brain). When nerves not connected to the conscious brain are damaged, the brain doesn't feel any pain – even though the nerve damage may be causing disease or physical malfunction. That is why vertebral subluxations are often referred to as “silent killers”

Improper Nerve Supply & Back pains

The area fed by the impinged (damaged) nerves may receive a faulty or improper nerve pain and you may be totally unaware of your condition. All the while your body may be weakening and actual damage to the spinal column, nerves and organs may be occurring.

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