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Dr's Newsletter November 2008

Special report: If your mid-spine or torso is subluxated: You have twelve thoracic vertebrae in all, T1-T12.  When you have a subluxation of your thoracic vertebrae, certain nerves and areas are affected. Below are some of the more common findings.  We will discuss T1-T6 here.

T1: Nerves from T1 from the arms and elbows down, including the hands, wrists, and fingers. Common symptoms caused by subluxation of T1 can include asthma, cough, shortness of breath, carpal tunnel like symptoms, and arm pain.

T2: Nerves from T2 go to the heart and coronary arteries and can cause certain chest pains.

T3: Nerves from T3 go to your lungs, bronchioles, and chest. Bronchitis, congestion, and influenza can be enhanced by T3 subluxations.

T4: Nerves from T4 go to your gallbladder

T5: Nerves from T5 go to your liver, and can cause fevers, low blood pressure, poor circulation, and arthritis

T6: Nerves from T6 go to the stomach.  Common symptoms can include a nervous or upset stomach along with indigestion.

Make sure you see your chiropractor to ensure that your cervical spine (neck) is in proper alignment.  Dr. Chad Laurence and his staff at Corrective Chiropractic can be reached at 302.234.1115, and are located in the heart of Hockessin, just minutes from Wilmington and Kennett Square, PA.

 

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