Spine and disease or good health? What’s the connection?
As you can see, any interference with your nerve system will result in you functioning at a lower level than you could. Here are some mind blowing facts discovered in 1921!
Henry Windsor, MD inHaverford,Pennsylvania,USA dissected a total of 75 human and 22 cat cadavers. He found that 221 structures other than the spine were found diseased. Of these, 212 were observed to belong to the same sympathetic (nerve) segments as the vertebrae in curvature.
The diseases he examined are as follows:
- Stomach Disease – All 9 cases of spinal misalignment in the mid-thoracic area (T5-T9) had stomach disease.
- Lung Disease – All 26 cases of lung disease had spinal misalignments in the upper thoracic spine.
- Liver Disease – All 13 cases of liver disease had misalignments in their mid-thoracic (T5-T9).
- Gallstones – all 5 cases with gallstone disease had spinal misalignments in the mid thoracic.
- Pancreas – All 3 case with pancreatic disease had spinal misalignments in the mid thoracic.
- Spleen – All 11 cases with spleen disease had spinal misalignments in the mid thoracic.
- Kidney - All 17 cases with kidney disease had spinal misalignments in the lower thoracic.
- Prostrate & Bladder Disease – All 8 cases with kidney, prostrate and bladder disease had the lumbar (L2-L3) vertebrae misaligned.
- Uterus - The 2 cases with the uterine conditions had the L2 misaligned.
- Heart Disease – All 20 cases with heart and pericardium conditions had the upper five thoracic vertebrae (T1-T5) misaligned.
This may seem like convincing and ground breaking research that would quickly turn the detractors and limited thinkers around. Not the case. Dr Windor’s results are published in The Medical Times in November 1921, that’s correct. 1921.
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