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STRUCTURAL
ANALYSIS

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​Your body is controlled by the nervous system and more than 300 trillion cells. The nerves pass through the spine (vertebrae). Your spine is the communication hub.

Nerves exit out from the spine, through openings in the vertebrae, and conduct vital nerve impulses to your organs and all other body parts.
Your spine's health is vital.

This approach to unresolved health problems wasn't established formally as a healing art in the United States until the late 1800s, but elements of this technique is called "Tui  Na" and has existed in various forms for the past 7,000 years

NERVOUS SYSTEM, STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS & CRANIAL BONES 

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NERVOUS SYSTEM, STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS & CRANIAL BONES 

Imbalances of the spine and cranial bones can contribute to a variety of problems throughout the body and emotions, affecting the proper functioning of the brain, specific brain centers, the brain stem, cranial nerves, cervical ganglia, venous and arterial blood flow, cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) flow and other aspects of our physiology. 

A partial list of problems caused by cranial/spinal subluxations includes:


• Occipital imbalances: headache and functional disturbances of the brain, stenosis of the vertebral artery, disturbance of salivary glands and eyes, disturbance of vagus, glossopharyngeal and hypoglossal nerves, instability of cervical spine.

• Sphenoid imbalances: migraines, headaches, depression, vision problems, “brain fog,” grinding of teeth, dental malocclusion, eye pain, deviation of the eyeball, endocrine disturbances, instability of the cervical spine.

• Temporal imbalances: dizziness, hearing problems, ringing in the ears, deafness.

• Parietal imbalances: evidence of head trauma.

• Nasal imbalances: disturbance of nasal secretion and nasal breathing.