A Subluxation Solution
Although we often think of the spinal column as a single entity, much like a column that supports a building or other architectural structure, our spine is actually a complex network of bones, nerves, muscles and soft tissue.
The good news this brings is that if one or two of these components malfunctions, the spinal column itself won’t completely collapse on itself, as a building might if one of its main support columns cracks.
The bad news is that when any of these components malfunction – and they can do so, simultaneously in some cases – you will feel intense pain until the underlying cause is resolved. A vertebral subluxation is a particularly painful example of a structural malfunction of the spine.