Spinal Diagram 脊椎全息图

With the quickening pace of society, increasing career demands and highly competitive work environment, people today face more pressure in their daily lives than ever before. Cervical spondylopathy, previously called the “aged disease” because it primarily affected older people, now plagues a growing number of young professionals and has contributed to rising morbidity rates for this demographic, especially in offices wher workers are confined to their desks and computer to perform their daily work routines.
The cervical vertebra not only serves as the vital communication link for the central nervous system and carotid artery, but also connects nerves in the brain and face. It also links the lumbar vertebra. If patients allow their cervical spondylopathy to drift or become misaligned it can affect the rest of their body, causing brain, neck, shoulder and waist-related diseases or in severe cases hemiplegia and paralysis.
The nervous system has the ability to control and regulate all of the body’s organs and tissues. Any abnormal alignment of cervical vertebra and intervertebral discs will stimulate the nervous system and affect, sometimes negatively, the function of its corresponding organs, causing various symptoms.

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