What is Nerve Impingement Syndrome?

Nerve Impingement Syndrome (NIS), or a Subluxation, occurs when a misalignment of one or more of the joints in the spine places pressure on a nerve. Nerves communicate from the brain through the spinal cord and nervous system. Pressure on the nerves can cause interference with the transmitted signal. This can cause pain and/or discomfort, as well as other symptoms.

In addition to pain, other symptoms of Nerve Impingement Syndrome Include:  Headaches, Fatigue, Sleep Disturbances, Sinus and Allergy Issues, Mood Swings, Digestive Problems

Cause... The misalignment of a joint is called Nerve Impingement Syndrome or a Subluxation. This can develop for a variety of reasons, including an accident trauma, poor posture or diet, lack of or incorrect exercise, a sports or repetitive motion injury, relationship or financial stress. It is the Subluxation that creates the Nerve Impingement Syndrome that prevents you from enjoying all of life pleasures.


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