What is the most important organ in the body?
If you said the brain, you are absolutely correct.
The brain and rest of the nervous system controls and orchestrates every function of your body. Yet how often do we think about it or how our health is affected by its function?
In 10 years as a healthcare provider, it has been my experience that most people only think about their nervous system once it causes noticeable symptoms. Even then, it is often the last place they look.
It has also been my experience that interference, or stress, to the nervous system is a common occurrence. This is not surprising given the amount of physical, chemical and emotional stress in our lives.
Vertebral subluxation is one of the most common and most unrecognized causes of nerve interference.
A vertebral subluxation is a misalignment of the spine that negatively affects the delicate nervous system as it travels through the spinal column. These misalignments often go undetected because pain fibers are vastly outnumbered by motor and sensory nerves. And while no pain may be present, dysfunction often occurs as messages to and from the brain are distorted.
What if nerve interference is negatively affecting your health and life? What if there was a way to remove that interference so that your body can function as it was designed to?