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Suffering from back pain & headaches?

At Connected Chiropractic, we will find out WHY you have pain. If your source of pain is caused by vertebral subluxation, then we will help correct the subluxation.
We will put the body in a position to heal itself. Whether you have superficial complaints: back pain, sciatica, numbness and tingling, neck pain & headaches, or deeper complaints: decreased energy levels, IBS, trouble sleeping or simply want to improve on performance for your next competition, we at Connected Chiropractic help people of all walks of life.

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Adjusting and Educating families throughout the Nelson Tasman region on how to recover quicker, live better, and stay healthy.

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A thriving, pain-free, and healthy Nelson-Tasman community living their lives optimally, without subluxation.

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Vertebral Subluxation and Symptoms

The Vertebral Subluxation Complex is the underlying cause of many health problems
Spinal Kinesiopathology: The bones of the spine have lost their normal motion or position. This can restrict your ability to turn and bend. It sets in motion the other four components.
Neuropathophysiology: Improper spinal function can choke, stretch, or irritate delicate nerve tissue. The resulting nervous system dysfunction can cause symptoms elsewhere in the body.
Myopathology: Muscles supporting the spine can weaken, atrophy, or become tight and go into spasm. The resulting scar tissue can change the muscle tone, requiring repeated spinal adjustments.
Histopathology: A rise in temperature from an increase in blood or lymph supply can result in swelling and inflammation. Discs can bulge, herniate, tear: or degenerate. Other soft tissues may suffer permanent damage.
Pathophysiology: Bone spures or other abnormal bony growths attempt to completely restrict malfunctioning spinal joints. This spinal decay, scar tissue, and long term nerve dysfunction can cause other systems of the body to fail.

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Vertebral Subluxation and Symptoms

The Vertebral Subluxation Complex is the underlying cause of many health problems
Spinal Kinesiopathology: The bones of the spine have lost their normal motion or position. This can restrict your ability to turn and bend. It sets in motion the other four components.
Neuropathophysiology: Improper spinal function can choke, stretch, or irritate delicate nerve tissue. The resulting nervous system dysfunction can cause symptoms elsewhere in the body.
Myopathology: Muscles supporting the spine can weaken, atrophy, or become tight and go into spasm. The resulting scar tissue can change the muscle tone, requiring repeated spinal adjustments.
Histopathology: A rise in temperature from an increase in blood or lymph supply can result in swelling and inflammation. Discs can bulge, herniate, tear: or degenerate. Other soft tissues may suffer permanent damage.
Pathophysiology: Bone spures or other abnormal bony growths attempt to completely restrict malfunctioning spinal joints. This spinal decay, scar tissue, and long term nerve dysfunction can cause other systems of the body to fail.
Subluxation or more precisely, the Vertebral Subluxation Complex, describes what happens when spinal bones lose their normal motion from stress, trauma or chemical imbalances. Automobile collisions, rugby hits (even the none severe ones), improper lifting, drugs, alcohol, emotional stress, chemical imbalances and long periods of sitting can all cause the Vertebral Subluxation Complex. Instead of just treating your symptoms, here at Connected Chiropractic, we are primarily interested in detecting, reducing and correcting the Vertebral Subluxation Complex.

We currently define a chiropractic subluxation as a self-perpetuating, central segmental motor control problem that involves a joint, such as a vertebral motion segment, that is not moving appropriately, resulting in ongoing maladaptive neural plastic changes that interfere with the central nervous system’s ability to self-regulate, self-organize, adapt, repair and heal.” “The Rubicon Group, May 2017.”
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