This topic is one of the most important topics you will ever come across…your nervous system and its interconnection with your immune system.
As you know, your nervous system is the master control system of your body. It harmonizes and coordinates all of the body’s systems. It is by far the most important system you have. Cutting-edge scientists are starting to believe that they are almost one system as they are so inter-connected..
When your nervous system is compromised all other systems failed to thrive at function at 100%. Therefore, if you have any problems with your spine, your nervous system is compromised and you’re unable to function at 100%. As such, your body has less ability to fight off the normal pathogens that we encounter during our day. Some the most advanced scientific journals in the world report that with decreased nerve function there is decreased immune function.
As such, doesn’t it make sense to make sure your nervous system is functioning at 100%? These days are ergonomics and traumas in our everyday lives are plentiful. These accidents, injuries and traumas often misplace the vertebra and cause abnormal mechanics. These abnormal mechanics change the way that the brain is informed about the segment and it causes an abnormal neurological response.
Abnormal neurological responses change motor outputs. Meaning, the way your body moves and behaves. These changes effect not only to your muscles, but also to your organs, tissues and glands.
Misplaced or incorrectly moving vertebrae end up affecting your organs, glands and tissues… therefore every aspect of your physiology and health are compromised.
When your spine degenerates it not only affects the spinal nerves it affects the central nerve cord. If you have the disc herniations, disk bulges, disk sequestration or degenerated discs your nervous system is directly compromised. Additionally, any kind of scoliosis (spinal curvature) alters normal spinal mechanics and can also change neurological function and performance
We at Burlington spinal decompression are specifically concerned with spinal degeneration, disc problems, pain associated with spinal degeneration and disc herniation’s and bulges. Our technology and our expertise in these areas make us one of the leading clinics in the country. If you have any questions or concerns about your health and the state of your spine we encourage you to call us to investigate. We can be contacted at 289-337-9969 or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org