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The Connection Between Spinal Misalignment, Spinal Stimulation, and Neurodegenerative Diseases

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The Connection Between Spinal Misalignment, Spinal Stimulation, and Neurodegenerative Diseases:

Recent research has delved into the intricate relationship between spinal misalignment, spinal stimulation, and neurodegenerative diseases, particularly Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. As we strive to comprehend the complex nature of these conditions, emerging evidence suggests that spinal health may play a pivotal role in their onset and progression.

The Spine-Brain Axis:

A study published in the Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry (2021) explores the concept of the spine-brain axis, emphasizing the bidirectional communication between the spine and the brain. Spinal misalignment, also known as vertebral subluxation, can disrupt this communication, potentially contributing to neurodegenerative disorders.

Parkinson’s Disease and Spinal Misalignment:

Researchers from the Frontiers in Neurology journal (2022) have investigated the association between spinal misalignment and Parkinson’s disease. Their findings suggest that misalignments may lead to altered neural signaling and oxidative stress, promoting the development of Parkinson’s.

Alzheimer’s Disease and Spinal Stimulation:

In a groundbreaking study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease (2023), scientists explored the impact of spinal stimulation on Alzheimer’s patients. The study revealed that targeted spinal stimulation could enhance cognitive function and slow the progression of Alzheimer’s, highlighting the potential therapeutic benefits of spinal interventions.

The Role of Spinal Stimulation:

A comprehensive review in the Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation (2024) emphasizes the therapeutic potential of spinal stimulation in managing neurodegenerative diseases. By modulating neural circuits, spinal stimulation may mitigate symptoms and improve overall quality of life for individuals with Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.

Conclusion:

While the link between spinal misalignment, spinal stimulation, and neurodegenerative diseases is still in its early stages of exploration, these research findings underscore the significance of spinal health in the context of Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. Further studies are warranted to unlock the full therapeutic potential of spinal interventions in the battle against these debilitating conditions. That said, the techniques we use at Bonfire Chiropractic are designed not only to correction subluxation but to also stimulate the brain to facilitate brain signaling for mental & physical health.

Additional vital information for these patients is that Alzheimer’s diseased brains donated to science revealed deficiency in the following nutrients:

  • Lycopene, Retinol, Lutein, Zeaxanthin, Vitamin E