D.D. Palmer writes: “The arch or bar of a violin, guitar or other stringed instrument, which gives permanency to and causes the wires or strings to be tensely stretched, do not prevent the passage of vibration. An impingement modifies tension, it changes the amount of vibration, but does not obstruct the course of an impulse; it simply augments or decrease the force of an impulse.”
In Today’s TIC, we’re going to grow in our understanding on the early viewpoints of vertebral subluxation and the affects the subluxation have on the surrounding neurological tissue.
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