Structural problems start early in life, usually infancy and as early as in mother’s womb. They begin with physical impacts in which certain bones displace from their natural positions in a direction that the body can’t self-correct. That causes these bones to be stuck in place and the body is forced to compensate for the resultant loss of leverage.

Over time, layers and layers of these injuries and associated compensations overlay on top of one another. That causes the body to be stuck in abnormal configurations often noticed in poor posture, body pain, or both. Issues like joint and neuromuscular pain, migraines, limited range of motion, and poor balance and gait are almost always related to structural anomalies.

The problems don’t stop there though. Due to several bones being stuck out of their natural positions and resulting compensations, forces are applied to other areas of the body affecting remote bones, joints, cartilage, tendons, organs, and arteries and veins.

Additionally, the spinal cord passing through the backbone is stretched that leads to pulling of the brainstem. That itself causes many of our autonomic functions like breathing, temperature regulation, ph balance etc to be disturbed since brainstem is the organ responsible for maintaining them. Often this also manifests as brain fog, depression, and a number of other seemingly unrelated psychological issues.