Chiropractor Canberra | How Does a Chiropractor Find a Vertebral Subluxation? – Dr. Murray Fisher

Chiropractor Canberra | How Does a Chiropractor Find a Vertebral Subluxation? – Dr. Murray Fisher


A vertebral subluxation is a slight misalignment
of the bones of your spine which interferes with the ability of the nervous system to
carry the vital messages that are necessary for the proper functioning of your body. In
my practice, identifying a vertebral subluxation is done completely by manual palpation, that
is, by feeling your spine, through your clothes, with my hands. Your body is always trying
to correct the vertebral subluxations by using the spinal muscles around it. I use my fingertips
to feel the tiny muscles around the spinal bone which are trying unsuccessfully to move
it back towards its normal position. That’s how I know if a spinal bone is subluxated
and in which direction it needs to move to be corrected. Some chiropractors will use
x-rays and instrumentation to help them analyse the spine, but I prefer the original method,
by hand. After five years of training at university and now over thirty years of practical experience
analysing over 200,000 spines, I have found this to be the most reliable method. Hi, I’m Canberra based chiropractor Murray
Fisher. I’ve been offering chiropractic care to the Canberra community and surrounding
areas for more than 25 years now. If you would like to receive 15 free videos
where I personally answer the most common questions people ask me about chiropractic
care here in Canberra, then please do visit my website www.murrayfisherchiropractor.com.au.

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