T4 Vertebra
The T4 vertebra, the tenth vertebra down in your spinal column, protects a nerve root that impacts your gall bladder and your common duct. As such, misalignments here can cause problems with liver and gall bladder function, including jaundice and shingles, among others. This vertebra is located in your torso, and is a major supporting bone for your rib cage. Your ribs strategically slot into this vertebra, which is larger than the T3, with smaller
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Springtime is the time of year when activity reaches its peak. While summer is the big recreational season, in the spring you’re out and about, taking care of spring cleaning and getting your yard in shape for summer cookouts. You’re rebuilding retaining walls and doing major landscaping work. Along with all of this comes the potential for back pain and injuries. So what can you do, to keep your spine healthy as you go about
T3 Vertebra
The T3 vertebra is the third one down from the base of your neck, where your C7/T1 vertebra is located. It’s larger than your T2, but has smaller foramen, and connects with two of your ribs through facet joints. It protects the spinal nerve that allows your brain to communicate with your vascular system and your whole chest region; that is, your lungs, pleura, bronchial tubes, breast, chest, and nipples. If you experience pain in
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Chiropractic care is growing in popularity across the nation, after many decades of struggling to gain acceptance. It’s a holistic way of approaching healing and wellness, of making your body work to heal itself. The human machine is incredibly efficient and good at what it does, and when it’s working at peak performance can handle a wide range of maladies. One of the biggest risks to health and well-being for many people is stress. Stress
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T2 vertebra
Your T2 vertebra is the second below your C7 or T1 vertebra. It is marked by faceted sides and is the bone that protects your spinal nerve 2, which is directly related to your coronary arteries. This means it helps to control the blood flow to and from your heart, which makes it an exceptionally important nerve to protect. There are a range of conditions that could be associated with the T2 thoracic vertebra, but
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