Subluxation (Sub-Luk-SA' Shun)

A disease occurring worldwide in epidemic proportions.

What is a Subluxation?

Subluxation is the misalignment of bones, resulting in nerve pre

ssure or irritation. The most common place that subluxations occur is in the spine. Often when bones become misaligned, nerves are effected causing discomfort and irritation as well as inhibiting vital nerve impulses from reaching their destinations to the surrounding organs, cells and tissue. The more severe the subluxation, the more detrimental its effects are to the victim. It has been estimated that as much as 90 percent of the worlds population suffers from subluxation of varying degree.

There are only two classifications of subluxation.

  1. Acute Subluxation
    Acute subluxations produce sudden symptoms which are short of duration and are sometimes self-correcting.
  2. Chronic Subluxation
    Chronic subluxations are of long duration and if not corrected can cause severe symptoms and degeneration. The longer the subluxation remains uncorrected the more extreme the resulting condition(s) may become.

Virtual Subluxation Chart