Chiropractic overlooks adrenal glands in low back pain
Have you ever had back pain, been to a chiropractor, had an adjustment, everything immediately felt better, and stayed that way? Almost everyone can agree, alternative medicine such as chiropractic can be miraculous in situations like this.
likewise there are some people who don’t get well with a chiropractic adjustment, or they feel well at first but their problem keeps returning. There are many reasons for this and if you been reading my posts lately you will see some of those reasons.
Adrenal gland stress can one of the biggest issues over looked in health care today.
Every muscle in the body is related to an organ or function in the body. For more information on muscle and organ relations click here. The muscles that are related to the adrenal glands are very important for the stabilization of the back. There are five pairs of muscles that are related to the adrenal glands.
- Tibialis Posterior
These muscles stabilize the foot, knee and pelvic/low back area. If they are not turning on and off properly as you walk, run and bend you will have joints in these areas that are going to be out of place. This leads to inflammation, tight muscles, trigger points and pain.
Here is how a professional Applied Kinesiologist asses the low back muscles related to the Adrenal Glands
The adrenal glands make “cortisone” which reduces inflammation
Your adrenal glands make cortisone which is the anti-inflammatory steroid hormone that doctors may inject you with or give you as a cream to put on rashes. Consequently if you have been under a large amount of stress your adrenal glands can’t keep up their cortisone production and as a result your inflammation and pain get out of control.
Adrenal glands can be helped with eating right and sometime this is enough to help! Sometimes you may need more help in the form of proper structural, nutritional and emotional treatment from a Professional Applied Kinesiologist.
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