WHAT IS A SUBLUXATION?
Tonight we’re going to talk about subluxations. Now, subluxations, that’s a term for a bone out of place putting pressure on the nervous system, limiting how the body functions.
First off, let’s look at a quick anatomy lesson. From the side your body should have gentle curves. Looking at the spine from the front to back, those vertebrae should be straight up and down. The brain controls and coordinates every function of the body. If that brain has a free flow of information the body can adapt. It can adapt to environmental circumstances, and organ function and the entire life of the body is functioning at an optimal health level. Now, if there is ever a small trauma, or an interruption, or an abnormal position of those bones from, say, auto accident, slips, falls, traumas, and even the birth process itself is traumatic for the mother as well as the child.
So, who should be checked for subluxations? Everybody. I want to show you something. Because understand that these nerves that come out, 90% of them have no pain fibers. So if you’re waiting for pain to get your body checked that’s way too late. Get it checked now. I’m going to show you why.
Take a look at this. Right here this is how the brain functions. The brain sends a billion impulses a second down to control the heart function, lung function, stomach function, every function in the body is controlled by that brain. Look at this X-ray here. Now, is that a straight shot, or does that look like there’s buckling and turning and bending? Those are subluxations. That means that this brain cannot communicate. That signal may be interrupted. If that signal’s interrupted, lack of function results. This person had a massive shifting inside of the rib cage area. If these organs are affected there, you’re talking abnormal blood pressure, you’re talking abnormal lung fuction, you’re talking abnormal function.
Watch this. Here’s the same patient 90 days later. Do you see a difference there? Yes or yes? Absolutely. What that does is that restores that brain’s communication to the tissue cell. So, symptoms are resolved because we’re taking care of the reason for the symptoms.
Now, look at this one. This is the low back of someone sitting up straight. Look at that buckling. Look at that turning. This patient here actually was doing four insulin shots a day for type one diabetes. Four insulin shots a day. Because the nerves come out of here supply the pancreas and kidneys. That’s right in this locale.
Now, watch this, 90 days later. Look at that. That patient went from four insulin shots a day to one insulin shot a day. Four insulin shots to one insulin, wait, let’s go back. Bad. Abnormal function. Subluxated. Normal function.
The video will give the rest of the story.