“Excessive tonicity causes an augmentation fo vital phenomena; a deficiency of tonicity a want of tone, a loss or diminution of muscular of vital strength. The quality of of irritability gives tone. Tone or tonicity is that normal tension which belongs to the involuntary nerves and muscles, the insensible irritation and contractility of the nervous and muscular systems manifested in the vital operation so circulation, transudation, secretion, nutrition, and absorption.” —D.D. Palmer

In Today’s TIC, we’re going to grow in our understanding of Tone. Nowadays when you hear the word tone, you relate it to the musical connotation. In music, tone is a steady sound characterized by its duration, pitch, intensity, and quality.

How does tone relate to chiropractic?

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