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Disease and Your Nervous System - The nervous system (the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves) is the master coordination and control system of the body. Life, including the body's ability maintain health, to heal, and to regenerate, depends on the proper functioning of the nervous system. When the nervous system ceases to function, life ceases. When something, such as pressure on a nerve, interferes with the full and optimal functioning of the nervous system (nerve interference), dis-ease, and ultimately disease, is the end result.

Nerve Interference and Subluxations -  Interference to the proper functioning of the nervous system is called a subluxation. Subluxations cause the body to enter into a state of less than optimal functioning that is associated with most forms of dis-ease states known to man. Learn more about the model of the vertebral (spinal) subluxation used by Dr. Blye and the new model of the cranial subluxation that he has developed.

Attributes of a Subluxation 

bulletLoss of normal motion at a joint. 
bulletCauses nerve interference
bulletCan be corrected using chiropractic adjustments

Chiropractic works by restoring normal motion in a locked vertebrae, releasing the nerve interference that is caused by the locked vertebrae, and re-establishing normal communication between the brain and the rest of the body. We know that nerve interference is a primary cause of dis-ease, however you name it. 

Three Causes of Subluxations

bulletTrauma - this can be physical, as in an auto accident or a slip and fall injury, or it may be mental and emotional trauma.
bulletToxicity - may be physical as the result of environmental toxins (exogenous toxins) or may be the result of toxins produced by the body, itself, (endogenous toxins) which may be the byproducts of various bio-chemical processes, the result of inflammation, or they may be mental and emotional toxins. 
bulletAuto-suggestion - What we tell ourselves about ourselves, others, life, the world around us, or our experience are powerful triggers for both health and illness. 

Subluxations and Dis-ease
Subluxation Related Conditions
Your Inner Physician
Current Models of the Subluxation


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