Subluxations can happen from big traumas like car accidents, major slips and falls, and sports injuries. They can happen from small traumas like sitting all day at work or hunching to use your cell phone. Those are microtraumas, as repetitive movements. It is also seen sometimes with people who have repetitive jobs, we often see the same movement patterns which can create subluxations. Just living can subluxate you.
Gravity is a subluxating factor. That’s why it’s important for people to maintain their spinal structure as best as you can because just living life you will get them. Subluxations are inevitable.
Is there anything I can do about them?
Yes. The best thing you can do is to go to a CBP Chiropractor and get a check-up. They will be able to help by adjusting the subluxation but they can also give you exercises to help minimize the repetitive nature of the subluxation.
Only through the care of a CBP doctor can you get the tools necessary to better deal with subluxations and free up the nervous system so that it performs efficiently.
How do I know if I am subluxated?
Subluxations do not always cause pain so sometimes you can know that you’re subluxated if your range of motion is limited. Sometimes you can tell if you have problems that no one can figure out. For example, if you have allergies or asthma out of nowhere or if you have trouble with your organs and no-one can figure out why it can sometimes come from nerve pressure. Body posture is another one, you can sometimes look at someone and see that if their posture is really bad then they are of often subluxated.
You may be subluxated and living with it because you think it’s just old age or something that time can heal. Why take the chance? Look up a CBP doctor in your area and get a checkup. Better health and a better quality of life are awaiting you.
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