OK.......If you’ve been listening to me, attending our classes, reading the info I have posted all over the office, and reading this newsletter, you would have probably figured out that Vertebral Subluxations are bad. How could you not have – I have info on Subluxations dripping from every crack in the plaster!
With that in mind, let’s tackle the issue of getting rid of these Subluxation things in your spine.
One thing you need to understand is that once a Vertebral Subluxation has formed, it can be compared to a dental cavity. It really doesn’t clear up all by itself. ....And it usually progresses and get worse.
Is it painful? Most often not. And that is the problem. Most of the time, Subluxations in your spine are not painful unless they have been caused by some sort of trauma – falling, improper strain, accident, etc. The fact that most subluxations are not painful makes them difficult to detect by the average normal Earthling. Only a Chiropractor can tell you if you have one, just the same as a dentist can tell you if you have a cavity that is starting.
The most common are caused as a result of long-term stresses and habits. Did I say habits? Yes I did, habits.
You see, a Vertebral Subluxation most often becomes a habit - and a bad one - that your body is unable to get rid of. So...it slowly begins to adapt to having it. And slowly, your nervous system begins to accommodate and your body functions begin to slowly deteriorate. Not a god thing!
Ok...so what I am saying is that you’ve learned a really bad habit. Knowing this, let me ask you: Do you feel it is easy to get rid of a deeply learned habit?
You are absolutely correct!
As in any habit, in order to get rid on one, we need to substitute it with another – a good one this time. And that is the very reason I, as your chiropractor, will place patients on a schedule of care which may last weeks to sometimes even 2 years or so. The goal is to change the habit your body has learned. To correct this subluxation pattern. To wipe it out. To annihilate it. To show no mercy. To take no prisoners! And to restore normal function to your nervous system so that it can, once again, control your body as it was meant to.
That is my goal.
Definitely not for the faint of heart!