Your Spine and Nervous System
The Central nervous system controls all of the functions of your body. Your spinal column protects the spinal cord and nerves that travel throughout your body. Your spinal cord acts as the major communication cable, exiting your brain, traveling inside your spinal column, and branching off into spinal nerves at various levels of your spine to control a variety of body functions.
For your nervous system to function properly, it must be free of any interference caused by subluxations. Subluxations can cause interference to the nervous system at any point along the spine where the nerves exit. This can adversely affect the function of various parts or your body, and ultimately, your health.
Place your cursor over the vertebrae of the spinal column below to view some common relationships between the spine and nervous system.