Health Problems From Nerve Interferences
The nervous system controls and coordinates all organs and
structures of the human body.(Gray's Anatomy, 29th E). Stress (physical,
bio-chemical, and psychological) can cause irritation
to the nervous system causing misalignments of spinal vertebrae
and affects the function of structures and organs which may
result in the conditions shown below.

To see how stress has affected  your nervous system if you have
any of the conditions listed below by please call to schedule a neurological scan to
check for hidden health problems before
they become a disease.


Effects of Spinal Misalignment

C1:   Headaches, nervousness, tension, personality change,
sensitivity to light, insomnia, chronic head colds, high blood
pressure,  migraine headaches, nervous breakdown,
amnesia, chronic tiredness, dizziness, vertigo, nausea

C2:   Sinus trouble, allergies, eye trouble, earache, fainting spells,                     
facial  pain, torticollis

C3:   Neuritis, neuralgia, acne, pimples, eczema

C4:   Hay fever, hearing loss, adenoid problems, canker or cold sores

C5:   Laryngitis, hoarseness, chronic sore throat, neck pain and
spasm, swallowing difficulties, speech disorders

C6:   Stiff neck, upper arm pain, tonsillitis, whooping cough, croup
and or shoulder pain

C7:   Bursitis, colds, thyroid conditions, elbow pain

T1:   Asthma, chronic cough, breathing difficulties, lower arm and
hand pain, numbness, tingling, cold/hot spots in upper extremities

T2:   Functional heart conditions, certain chest conditions, chest pain

T3:   Bronchitis, pleurisy, pneumonia, congestion, influenza

T4:   Gall bladder problems, jaundice, shingles, pain between
shoulders under shoulder blades and to the chest

T5:   Liver conditions, fevers, low blood pressure, anemia, poor                         
circulation, arthritis

T6:   Nervous stomach, indigestion, heartburn, dyspepsia

T7:   Ulcers, Gastritis

T8:   Low energy, low resistance

T9:   Food allergies, hives

T10:  Kidney dysfunction, arteriosclerosis, chronic tiredness, nephritis, pyelitis

T11:  Acne, pimples, eczema, boils

T12:  Rheumatism, gas pain, certain types of sterility, pain along the
belt line and into abdomen

L1:   Constipation, coltis, dysentery, diarreha, some ruptures or hernias

L2:   Cramps, difficult breathing, acidosis, varicose veins, hip, upper
leg pain, numbness, cold or hot spots and tingling into legs

L3:   Bladder troubles, menstrual troubles, miscarriages, bed wetting,
impotency, knee pain

L4:   Sciatica, lumbago, difficult, painful or too frequent urination,
backaches, neuritis to one or both legs

L5:   Poor leg circulation, swollen or weak ankles and arches, cold feet, cramps
and weakness

L6:   Sacrum/Coccyx - Sacroiliac conditions, spinal curvatures,
hemorrhoids, puritis, painful tail bone