SIX (6) PRINCIPLES OF CHIROPRACTIC

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           The Six (6) Basic Principles Of The Chiropractic Profession

                                           First Principle
The brain controls and communicates with all parts of the human body by sending messages to the spinal cord and to the body part(s) by way of the spinal nerves.

                                           Second Principle
The moveable bones of the spinal column known as vertebrae become subluxated or out of normal position.

                                            Third Principle
Subluxated vertebrae put pressure on the spinal nerves.

                                             Fourth Principle
Pressure on spinal nerves interferes with communication between the brain and the body parts.

                                              Fifth Principle
Lack of communication between the brain and the body parts will cause the body parts to become pre-disposed to dis-ease, functionally dis-eased and/or organically dis-eased.

                                              Sixth Principle
Re-alignment of the vertebrae to their proper position removes the pressure off the spinal nerves thereby restoring communication between the brain and the body parts thus restoring the body parts to health by restoring; normal bone position, normal nerve function, normal muscle function, normal soft tissue function and normal joint function.