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SPINAL DECAY: Your body adapts to uncorrected spinal stress by depositing calcium into affected joints. As if the body is trying to mend a broken bone, it attempts to "repair" the malfunctioning spinal joint by joining the two segments together! We call this slow, relentless, degenerative process "spinal decay."
Spinal decay is a degenerative process that worsens with time. If neglected or simply ignored, this crippling condition quietly progresses, without obvious symptoms.
The side view of your neck should have a gentle forward curve, equal disc spacing and unobstructed openings for nerve roots to exit the spinal cord.
The first phase of spinal decay involves loss of curve and reduced range of motion. Pain or other obvious symptoms may not be present!
If still neglected, bone spurs form and the body starts "splinting" the abnormally functioning spinal joint with abnormal body growth.
The body can turn affected spinal joints into a solid block of calcium! this irreversible condition can produce permanent nerve damage.
Do you have questions about spinal decay and what you can do to prevent it?
Dr. Terrence K. McKellar offers FREE CONSULTATIONS. Come see us today!
1000 Fairgrounds Road. Suite 101 Saint Charles, MO 63301
636.947.4046
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Good Posture depends upon several factors. While exercise, attitude, and practice an positively affect posture, some postural problems need more aggressive attention due to complications which can jeopardize good health and well-being.
The foundation for normal spinal posture is laid out early in life. Abnormal alignment of a baby's spine will set the stage for eventual distortions. If the base of a child's spine is tilted incorrectly, it can wreck havoc with the structure that builds upon it.
Normally the human body attempts to maintain erect posture by balancing "back and forth" over the lower spine. If the lower vertebrae (bones of the back) are wedged to one side, it can cause the spine to compensate by bending into an abnormal curve. This condition is commonly referred to as scoliosis. The medical approach to scoliosis has been to administer braces an electrical stimuli, neither of which have been proven successful., Upon termination of such practices, the abnormal curve usually returns to the initial state within five years.
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