Rodney McBride

Another Approach to Back Trouble

Another Approach to Back Trouble

Dysfunctions (structural, nutritional, emotional, electrical) are faulty neurological signals within the Nervous System (NS). In order for the NS system to be considered functional proper signaling must be restored by removing any and all aberrant interference within the nerve circuit in the area of difficulty. 

When an area of the body has become chronically dysfunctional it is ordinarily beset with multiply problems. Again structural, nutritional, emotional, and/or electrical issues usually underscore the problem. Also, it must be mentioned that chronic is defined as any complication that has lasted 3 or more months.

One region of the body that is repeatedly plagued by chronic trouble is the back, specifically the vertebrae. Each vertebrae is not only responsible for structural support of the spine but is also related to an organ/gland of the body. So when a vertebra becomes subluxated (out of place) or fixated (stuck to its neighbor) it compromises not only the nerve associated with the vertebrae but also the organ/gland association. Repeated adjustments by a chiropractor of the same vertebra for continual subluxations and fixations concludes that nutritional support is demanded by the NS.

Remember dysfunctions (structural, nutritional, emotional, electrical) are faulty neurological signals within the NS. In regards to nutrition that could mean inadequate digestion, sugar handling stress, an overactive or underactive organ/gland, insufficient minerals and vitamins, toxicity from heavy metals and chemicals, parasites, endocrine unrest and much more. As long as these issues burden the NS the spinal column cannot be healthy.

Whole food supplements from Standard Process and Mediherb along with muscle testing is used to correct the nutritional dysfunction. Once the body has been saturated with the appropriate nutrition protocol for an extended period of time chronic subluxations and fixations can be eliminated renewing integrity to the spine. 

Here is a list of the vertebrae and their nutritional association:

Vertebral Indicators 

C1 Food Sensitivity
C2 Sinus
C3 Diaphragm
C4 Thyroid
C5 Sugar Handling 
C6 Gastric
C7 Heptic
T1 Heart
T2 Myocardium
T3 Lungs and Bronchi
T4 Gallbladder
T5 Stomach
T6 Pancreas
T7 Spleen/Immune
T8 Liver
T9 Adrenals
T10 Small Intestine
T11 Kidneys
T12 Kidneys
L1 Iliocecal Valve
L2 Cecum
L3 Endocrine
L4 Colon
L5 Prostate/Uterus
PS Ilium Adrenal Stress
AS Ilium E Deficiency 


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