I have so many thoughts ALL the time! My brain does not shut off- does yours? Perhaps that’s why I don’t sleep well. My mind is always thinking of “the next thing”. Or did I shut off the computer? Welcome to the blog- I am not sure I like that word blog- sounds yucky. BLOG. Anyway, the snow is coming down fast and furious and here I sit writing this first blog. Welcome to my website! My brother is to thank for this- now I have to be a big girl and do it myself- not bad. But he thinks this looks pretty good so I feel like I am off to a slow, but good start. If you’re visiting here for the first time, thank you- if you’re just checking it out, I am here trying to make it look professional. I think my next entry will contain more about the information I have been reading up on lately- the famous COVID. For now let me leave you with a definition. See you next read!


A spinal subluxation is a situation in which one or more vertebra of the spine is out of alignment with the vertebra above or below it.

A mechanical impediment to nerve function; originally, a vertebral displacement believed to impair nerve function.

“A complex of functional and/or structural and/or pathological articular changes that compromise neural integrity and may influence organ system function and general health.”

Kinesiopathology: spinal pathomechanics, including alignment and motion anomalies.

Neuropathophysiology: due to compressed (pinched) or facilitated (irritated) nerve tissue.

Myopathology: in the form of muscle spasm, weakness, atrophy and scar tissue.

Histopathology: describes the inflammation, edema and swelling of soft tissues in the area.

Pathophysiology: seen as lipping, spurring and degenerative changes resulting from adaptation to changes in postural alignment to gravity.