Last revised on September 13, 2020
Any circulation issues, numbness or twitching is almost always a nerve-related problem and is resolved within the first few treatments. More significantly, there is a marked improvement in neurological conditions. Why? Well, when the spine is twisted with individual vertebrae stuck forward and backward due to various injuries and compensations, it exerts an enormous pull on the spinal cord that runs right through them. Studies by an eminent Japanese neurosurgeon Dr Yamada in the early 2000s showed that a stretched spinal cord does not conduct nerve signals properly. 1Yamada S, Knerium DS, Mandybur GM, Schultz RL, Yamada BS. Pathophysiology of tethered cord syndrome and other complex factors. Neurol Res. 2004;26(7):722-726. doi:10.1179/016164104225018027
Your spinal cord is an important part of the central nervous system. In fact, it makes lots of basic decisions for your body, independent of and without consulting the brain. Moreover almost all of the communication between the body and brain passes through the spinal cord. You can imagine the number of issues it would cause if the spinal cord can’t communicate with the body properly. ABC™ practitioners routinely see improvements in the quality of life of clients afflicted with neurological conditions such as Alzheimer’s, MS, and Parkinson’s Disease.
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|1.||↑||Yamada S, Knerium DS, Mandybur GM, Schultz RL, Yamada BS. Pathophysiology of tethered cord syndrome and other complex factors. Neurol Res. 2004;26(7):722-726. doi:10.1179/016164104225018027|