Spinal Vertebrae Misalignment
Misalignment of the spinal vertebrae in the back can adversely affect the nervous system and the body’s organs and functions.
Misalignment and the Mid Back
The mid back is called the Thoracic Spine which is a term used to describe he twelve vertebrae between the Cervical Spine which encompasses the first seven vertebrae at the top of the spine and the Lumbar, or the lower back. The Thoracic Spine involves the arms from the elbow down to the hands, wrists and fingers, esophagus and trachea, heart, its valves and covering, coronary arteries, lungs, bronchial tubes, chest, breast, gall bladder, common duct, liver, solar plexus, blood, stomach, pancreas, duodenum, spleen, diaphragm, adrenal, suprarenal glands, kidneys, ureters, small intestines, and lymph circulation.
Nerve interruption or misalignment in the Thoracic Spine could be linked to:
asthma, cough, difficult breathing, shortness of breath, pain in the lower arms and hands, functional heart conditions, bronchitis, pleurisy, pneumonia, congestion, influenza, gall bladder conditions, jaundice, shingles, liver conditions, fevers, low blood pressure, anemia, poor circulation, arthritis, stomach problems, nervous stomach, indigestion, heartburn, dyspepsia, ulcers, gastritis, hiccoughs, lower resistance, allergies, hives, kidney troubles, hardening of the arteries, chronic tiredness, nephritis, pyelitis, acne, pimples, eczema or boils, rheumatism, gas pain, and certain types of sterility.
Misalignment and the Lower Back
The lower back is called the Lumbar Spine and contains five vertebrae. This part of the back is where subluxations often occur. This area relates to the large intestines, ingunal tings, appendix, abdomen, upper leg, sex organs, uterus, bladder, knees, prostate gland, muscles of the lower back, sciatic nerve, lower legs, ankle and feet.
Problems with the Lumbar can be reflected in constipation, colitis, dysentery, diarrhea, some ruptures and hernias, cramps, difficult breathing, acidosis, varicose veins, bladder troubles, menstrual troubles, miscarriages, bed wetting, impotency, change of life symptoms, knee pains, sciatica, lumbago, urination problems, backaches, poor circulation in the legs, swollen ankles, weak ankles and arches, cold feet, weakness in legs and leg cramps.
The Sacrum is a triangular shaped bone forming part of the spine’s base. During childhood, the Sacrum’s original five bones fuse together to become one. Problems in this area could be sacro-iliac conditions or spinal curvatures.
Below the Sacrum is the Coccyx, which is commonly called the tailbone. It is a small triangular bone at the lower end of the spine. Its areas of concern are the rectum and anus. Misalignment in this area could bring about hemorrhoids, pruritis or pain at the end of the spine when sitting.