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muscle inhibition
In Chiropractic, a subluxation is not a fixation, or a bone out of place. To be classed as a subluxation, it must have an element of nerve interference. Too often this is simply inferred, but in this video, it’s obvious. Far from a “historical concept” the way the GCC claims, this video shows that it...
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Tina Vincent in NZ showing how dental crowns caused stress and anxiety plus a lack of strength in a patient.
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How gold crowns cause muscle weakness and low back pain
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Two years of low back pain gone with one adjustment and piercing removal.
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When this reflex is activated, certain muscles contract to pull us away from the source of the irritation.  Naturally, (according to the Law of Reciprocal Inhibition) when any muscle contracts, it’s antagonist must be at least partially inhibited.
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