At each level of your spine, nerves feed organs, glands and tissues vital messages from the brain. What has been found to be common with people who have digestive problems is that often the low back is compromised. Meaning Subluxation, a misalignment in the spine is present in the low back, which can effect the brains communication with the organs, glands and tissues in the lower part of the body.
According to the results of a recent study on “Chronic Nerve Compression,” Subluxation may play a significant role in the cause of Crohn’s Disease and other digestive problems.
The pressure on the nervous system that results from chronic undetected subluxation (spinal misalignment) can have significant effects on digestion and the absorption of nutrients and liquids.
“It is easy to see why people with all kinds of digestive and intestinal disorders respond very well to specific Chiropractic Corrective Adjustments. All human processes are monitored and controlled by the human brain, spinal cord and the network of nerves exiting the spine that run through the whole body,” the researchers said.
There is alternatives to conventional methods of attempting to improve bowel function. Not only should a change in diet and nutrition be looked at, but also the health and the state of the spine and nervous system.
In a study looking at Chiropractic patients with digestive problems, a massive 70% of the patients who had battled with chronic digestive problems showed long term and stable remission of their symptoms without the need for drugs after receiving 12 – 52 weeks of specific corrective chiropractic adjustments.
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Yours in Health and Wellness
My Crohn's Doctor
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Hello, I am Dr Michael and I was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease when I was 12 years old.