Pinched nerves are a result of the spinal bones shifting out of their normal position. There are 24 spinal bones, and a nerve root exits each one on both its right and left side. These nerve roots branch out through openings to communicate with different organs, tissues, and other parts of the body. These openings must be unobstructed for the brain to control the body.
When a spinal bone is malpositioned, it can obstruct an opening, causing nerve irritation – the nerve is compressed, stretched, twisted, or chafed. When this happens, communication between the brain and the body is compromised.
The spinal bones are not going to move themselves; they require precise nudges, and that’s what we’re here for!
Treating pinched nerves and restoring the integrity of the nervous system can be the best solution to so many health problems, from neck pain to asthma, from whiplash injuries to bed wetting, and from headaches & migraines to ADHD!