Inflamação de tecido derivado de Subluxação

  • O que é uma Inflamação de tecido derivado de Subluxação?

    This phenomenon is most commonly referred to as a Spinal Subluxation or the Subluxation Complex. It is complex because these misalignments involve the soft tissues, including; nerves, muscles, ligaments tendons, blood vessels and lymphatic vessels surrounding the spinal vertebrae. Some or all the tissues may or may not be involved causing swelling and irritation of the region.

  • Sintomas de uma Inflação derivado de Subluxação

    Pain is one of the symptoms of a spinal subluxation but is often the very last indicator of a spinal subluxation. Subtle misalignments or subluxations can lead to nerve interference by causing abnormal stretching forces or compression of the nerves. The symptoms may start out as, numbness, tingling, weakness, respiratory problems, heart problems, organ dysfunction, headaches, dizziness and many more. Pain generally occurs when the subluxation has existed for several weeks, months and even years.

  • Causas de Inflamação derivado de Subluxação

    We like to say the “3 T’s”; Trauma, Toxins and Thoughts or put another way, Physical, Chemical and Emotional. Physical trauma such as poor posture, an accident, fall or injury and even the birth process can cause the first subluxation to the spine. Toxins can include; pollution, drugs, medications, alcohol, smoking, dust, chemical exposure and more. Thoughts and Emotional stress can lead to chronic muscle tension which can create these subluxations by pulling on the vertebrae in an unhealthy manner.
  • Como nós tratamos de uma Inflamação derivado de Subluxação

    We use our manual diagnostic skills, computer assisted diagnostic equipment, X rays and physical evaluation to determine the location of a subluxation. We treat the subluxation by correcting the alignment and restoring the function of the vertebral segments using a variety of treatment skills and protocols. If there is tissue swelling, ice is the best choice. Using an ice-pack is very helpful, and making sure that the plastic of the pack does not directly touch the skin. You should use a thin material, such as a T-shirt or thin paper towel between the pack and your skin. Each session should last no more than 20 minutes to avoid an ice burn. You should have two hour intervals between applications of ice.