The top two vertebrae in the spinal column protect the lower brain stem. These two bones are the most freely movable vertebrae in the spine. They allow us to turn our head from side to side, look up and around, and move in three directions. Due to the amount of mobility here, they do not have a ‘disc’ between them to hold them stable. If one of these bones misalign, it exerts an irritation onto the lower brain stem interfering with the nerve impulses traveling from the brain to the body and back again.
Adjustments are a correction done by a trained doctor to realign vertebrae that have moved out of place.
Without proper alignment and nerve flow from our brain stem we cannot function at our peak.
Overall, adjustments are an excellent way to keep the body functioning at its highest level. When the body is in alignment, the body can respond and perform as it was designed to.