What is a Spinal Shift? A spinal shift happens when you are over whelmed and can no longer adapt to a (physical, emotional, or chemical ) stress. This can be a one time large event or more likely many smaller reoccurring stressors. A spinal shift has several indicators. When a spinal shift happens to you it may not have pain but it does decrease how well you can function neurologically. Your first exam will focus on what is normal and if you have any of these abnormal indicators. As a result of a spinal shift causing your spinal nerves to send the wrong message, too much of a message, or not enough of a message you body doesn't work the way is should and can result in many different secondary conditions.
What are secondary conditions? A secondary condition is often the first thing you are aware of but is caused by something else. The location of a spinal shift and the nerves affected in the spine can point to the parts of the body that would be mal-functioning.
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