Advanced Chiropractic Relief in Dallas, TX provides Chiropractic Treatment for Vertebral Subluxation
As Injury Relief Chiropractic Clinic is committed to educating our patients, we are providing Spine Chart and Symptoms for a better understanding of the spine and how Vertebral Subluxation can impact or interfere with your body’s overall function and health.
Spine misalignment, injury or degeneration affects neurological functions and can lead to neuromusculoskeletal and visceral disorders.T his chart illustrates the connection between the spine and various organ systems that can be affected by vertebral subluxation, a set of signs and symptoms of the spine.
It will also help determine if your condition is suitable or would benefit from chiropractic treatment with Dr. Gregory Johnson, Houston Chiropractor.
Vertebral subluxation is a result of the spine in which alignment, movement integrity and physiological functions are compromised due to functional, structural, and/or pathological articular changes. Causes of vertebral subluxation include car accidents, bad posture, sitting for long hours, alcohol or drugs use, improper lifting and emotional stress.
These factors can cause the spine’s vertebrae to lose its healthy motion or position, causing various health problems. At the Injury Relief Chiropractic Clinics, we detect, address vertebral subluxation and relieve pain.
Abnormal motion or position of spinal bones
This condition occurs when the spine or vertebrae have lost their normal motion and position. It restricts the ability to turn and bend. It sets in motion the other four components.
Abnormal Nervous System Function
This condition is caused by an improper spinal function that blocks, pulls or irritates delicate nerve tissue, causing symptoms in various parts of the body depending on the nerve affected.
Abnormal Muscle Functions
When the muscles supporting the spine tightens, weakens, go into spasm or suffers from atrophy, it results in a change of muscle tone. This condition requires repeated spinal adjustments.
Abnormal Soft Tissue Function
This condition is caused by a rise in temperature from an increased blood or lymph supply, resulting in herniation, tearing, degeneration, swelling or inflammation of the discs. Other soft tissues may suffer permanent damage.
Abnormal Spine and Body Function
This condition occurs when bone spurs and other abnormal bony growths fuse abnormal spinal joints. Spinal decay, scar tissue, and other nerve dysfunction can cause other symptoms of the body to fail.
Spine Signs and Symptoms Chart
|C1||Brain, head, pituitary, face, eyes, ears, blood supply||Headaches, vision problems, neck pain|
|C2||Eyes, optic nerves, auditory nerves, tongue, sinuses||Ear infections, allergies, fainting|
|C3||Face, trifacial nerve, cheeks, teeth, diaphragm||Neuralgia, acne, eczema|
|C4||Nose, mouth, lips, eustachian tubes, diaphragm||Hay fever, hearing loss, adenoids|
|C5||Neck, neck glands, vocal cords, pharynx||Laryngitis, hoarseness, sore throat|
|C6||Neck muscles, shoulders, tonsils||Pain in the shoulder area, stiff neck, tonsilitis|
|C7||The thyroid gland, bursa in the shoulders, elbows||Bursitis, tendonitis, thyroid conditions, colds|
|T1||Hands, wrists, fingers, esophagus, trachea||Asthma, cough, pain in lower arms or hands|
|T2||Heart, its valves and covering, coronary arteries||Chest pains, tightness or constriction|
|T3||Lungs, bronchial tubes, pleura, chest||Bronchitis, pneumonia, congestion, influenza|
|T4||Gallbladder, common duct||Gallbladder conditions, jaundice|
|T5||Liver, solar plexus, blood||Liver conditions, low blood pressure, anemia|
|T6||Stomach, mid-back area||Indigestion, heartburn, dyspepsia|
|T7||Pancreas, duodenum||Ulcers, gastritis|
|T8||Spleen, liver, lower-mid back||Lowered resistance|
|T9||Adrenal and supra-renal glands||Allergies, hives|
|T10||Kidneys, appendix, testes||Kidney trouble, hardening of arteries|
|T11||Urinary bladder, ureters||Acne, eczema, boils|
|T12||Small intestines, upper and lower back||Rheumatism, gas pains|
|L1||Inguinal rings, large intestine||Constipation, diarrhea, some hernias|
|L2||Abdomen, upper leg||Cramps, varicose veins|
|L3||Sex organs, uterus, bladder, knees||Bladder trouble, menstrual trouble|
|L4||Prostate gland, sciatic nerve, lower back||Low back pain, sciatica, urination problems|
|L5||Lower legs, ankles, feet||Poor circulation in legs, weak ankles, leg cramps|
|Sacrum||Hip bones, buttocks, genitalia||Spinal curvatures, sacroiliac conditions|
|Coccyx||Rectum, anus||Hemorrhoids, pruritis, pain when sitting|