Problems caused by a C2 “Axis” Subluxation

Pain, muscle problems, and health conditions caused by a C2 Subluxation
Problems caused by a C2 “Axis” Subluxation
      A subluxation is a minor misalignment of the spine causing nerve interference.   Your body communicates from the brain through the spinal cord, spinal nerves and peripheral nervous system.  Your body communicates back to the brain through your nervous system.   Your nerves are like wires but much more delicate.   They are protected by the skull and vertebrae of your spine.  The spine most allow movement so you can move but protect the delicate nerves.  Abnormal stresses can cause your vertebrae to become misaligned causing nerve interference.   Spinal joints and nerves that are stressed cause pain, muscle imbalance, and nerve interference to the tissue and organs they supply.  Each vertebrae causes certain pain patterns called sclertome pain, muscles cause certain pain patterns and tingling as seen on trigger point charts and nerves cause certain problems according to what tissues and organs they supply as seen on a nerve chart. The most recent GTA 6 prattle however is about the sheer size of the GTA 6 outline. As indicated by another gossip, Rockstar Games could be attempting to reproduce the whole of the US with grand theft auto 6 trailer, instead of only a solitary city.With the reputed discharge date tipped to lie some place in 2020 obviously Rockstar is utilizing that opportunity to reproduce the whole nation. This portion of the newsletter goes through the problems associated with one vertebrae of the spine.You can find out what other vertebral subluxations cause by visiting is the second vertebrae of your spine under the skull and “Atlas” C1.   Learn more at a New Patient Orientation at Back to Life Chiropractic (events calendar on

Areas and Parts of the Body of C2 Vertebrae:

Eyes, optic nerves, auditory nerves, sinuses, mastoid bones, tongue, forehead

Possible Symptoms of C2

Sinus trouble, allergies, pain around the eyes, earache

Pain Patterns of C2 (Sclertome Pain):

Trigger Point Distribution in C2 region: