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The Central Nerve System is composed of the brain, spinal cord, and spinal nerves. The Central Nerve System totally controls all functions and healing in the body. The Central Nerve System is located inside the bones of the spine and it totally controls all functions and healing in the human body. The most common and likely way to interfere with the Central Nerve System is with the spine. "Abnormal" position of the spine and subluxation (spinal misalignment) will interfere with the Central Nerve System. This interference will cause the organs of the body not to function or heal "normally".

"Vital information travels from the brain and spinal cord to all of the parts of the body. But, not only does information travel down the nerve, but at the same time information from the peripheral parts of the body is being sent back to the brain and spinal cord. When this information is interfered with, a problem arises in the body."

-Daniel J Murphy, DC; Spinal Biomechanics, Harrison, 1992, p.31

Before any body part or any body function can be described as "abnormal" or "unhealthy", we must have a clear definition of what "normal" is. For example, if normal blood pressure is 120/80, then a person with blood pressure of 150 would have high, "abnormal" blood pressure.

In only the last few years medical, anatomical, and engineering researchers have been able to clearly define "normal" spinal alignment. This research has been published in the world's most prestigious medical journals.

There are two proven ways to evaluate spinal alignment:
1) postural examination 2) x-rays

Our office utilizes both procedures to evaluate a patient's spine and Central Nerve System. When looking at a person from the front, the spine must be straight. The head, shoulders, hips, and feet should be lined up. When looking at a person from the side the ears should be back over the shoulders and the shoulders should be back over the pelvis. Posture is the window to your spine.

When looking at the front view X-ray, the spinal bones (vertebrae) must also be straight. The bones must not be rotated nor tilted and no curvatures (scoliosis) can be present.

The side view X-ray must reveal three 63° arcs. The most important
63° arc is in the neck (cervical spine). This arc is known as the "Arc of Life" because mental life impulses travel directly from the brain down this part of the spinal cord to bring life to the rest of the body. People who lose their Arc of Life do not live as long because it causes severe obstruction to the brain, spinal cord, and nerves (Central Nerve System).

The pictures below show "normal" posture and "normal" spine position and alignment.

Any "abnormal" position of the spine, misalignment of the bones, or any changes in these curves indicate a serious problem. It is absolutely vital to understand this point - any changes from "normal" will interfere with and eventually damage the Central Nerve System. Interference and damage to the Central Nerve System will always result in "abnormal" function of the body, improper healing, and poor health.


If you are being adjusted today, we have found your spine and Central Nerve System to be "abnormal". Corrective chiropractic adjustments restore "normal" spinal position and alignment over time. This eliminates Central Nerve System interference allowing your body to function and heal "normally" once again at 100% of your God-given potential.

"...Posture affects and moderates every physiologic function from breathing to hormonal production."

-C. Norman Shealy, MD, Roger K. Cady, MD, et al; APJM, 1994, Vol.4 p. 36