The tissue cells of the body are continually subjected to universal forces. The effects of these forces upon the cell can be measured algebraically. If we divide these effects into units we can classify them as gains and losses. The gains are those experiences in which the cell successfully adapts the universal forces. The losses [...]
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“A SUBLUXATION IN the Chiropractic sense is not a partial dislocation, but an alteration of the normal anatomical or physiological relationships, or dynamics of contiguous structures. Biochemical, biomechanical, pathophysiological, radiological, subjective and objective symptoms, and other manifestations demand attention, investigation and consideration in depth by every Chiropractor.” A.E. Homewood What causes vertebral subluxation? In an [...]
“The bones of the spine fit together so perfectly, that the openings totally protect the nerve trunks, unless something happens. Something that Chiropractors are concerned with. Something called Vertebral Subluxation. Vertebral Subluxation is what is called when one of the bones in the spine, instead of being in the proper position protecting nerves slips out [...]
D.D. Palmer’s discovery of the Chiropractic Objective led him to believe that vertebrae or bones in the spine could be slightly displaced or misaligned “incomplete luxation” and interfere with neurological function. D.D. Palmer taught his Chiropractic Students that when these vertebrae suffered an incomplete luxation, the neurological tissue that is surrounded by the bones of [...]