Nervous system / Spine
Your spine has three main functions. The first is to allow movement through the 24 mobile vertebrae in your body. The second is to support the upper and lower limbs to the trunk. The third function, essential to the maintenance of life, is to protect the nervous system. Lesions called VERTEBRAL SUBLUXATIONS can interfere with the spine’s ability to perform one of its three functions. These subluxations present themselves as abnormalities of the normal movement and / or the ideal alignment of certain vertebrae. They cause irritation of the nervous system. Subluxations can be found at any joint in the body.
The central nervous system includes the brain, the cerebellum and the spinal cord. The peripheral nervous system is composed of nerves whose functions are to transmit information from the brain to your cells, and vice-versa.
It is essential that each part of the body communicates with each other as freely as possible using the nervous system. Interference in this communication line within the system may cause you to have the need to consult care for a health problem.