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Effects of Spinal Subluxation Poster - 18" X 24"

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The poster list the effects of spinal vertebral subluxation on body areas and possible symptoms when the spine is out of aligment. Symptoms are listed by spinal level from the cervical vertebrae to the sacrum and are color coded.

Spinal Subluxation Symptoms Chart

Vertebral Spinal Subluxation Symptoms Chart

For example, when the atlas or C1 vertebra is subluxated, the areas affected are: Back of head. Pituitary gland, scalp, sympathetic nervous system, inner and middle ear.
The possible sysmptoms are: Headaches, nervousness, insomnia, head colds, high blood pressure, migraines, headaches, mental conditions, amnesia, chronic tiredness, dizziness or vertigo.

Effects of Spinal Subluxation Poster - 18" X 24"
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THE MERIC SYSTEM.
From A text-book on Chiropractic Symptomatology, by James Firth

The spinal cord arises from the brain and passes downward through the neural canal of the spinal column. As it passes downward it gives off spinal nerves in pairs, 31 in number, which are distributed to all parts of the body. After prolonged experiment and manifold clinical observations, the meric system has been established. The meric system is a classification of the zones, and a zone consists of one of the segments of the spinal column, together with the pair of spinal nerves emitting superior to this segment and all tissues to which such nerves are distributed. For example, the sixth zone comprises the sixth cervical vertebra, the sixth pair of spinal nerves and all tissues to which this pair of nerves is distributed. For convenience the zones are subdivided into smaller divisions called the meres. A mere consists of all of any one given kind of tissue in a zone; for example, the first neuromere comprises all the nerve tissue in the first zone, the eighth ossimere consists of all the bone in the eighth zone, the tenth vasomere is all the blood vessels in the tenth zone, the dermamere is all the skin of a zone, the myomere is all the muscular tissue of a zone, the viscemere is the viscera of a given zone, and the vertemere is the vertebra of a given zone.