How neck (Cervical Spine) affects our body.

“Loss of cervical lordosis reduces lung capacity by up to 30%”

Korr 1975
Bernini Wiesal and Rothman 1982
Davis 1996

“Loss of cervical Lordosis causes a weak Immune system, organ disease, muscle tension and increased sensitivity to pain.”
Korr 1979

“A deviation in the spinal lordotic and kyphotic curves increases mortality, resulting in 14 years off your life.”
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery 1981

“Loss of a Cervical Lordosis results in an altering of afferent input primarily from the upper cervical region, leading to eventual disturbances in gait, dizziness, loss of balance, and ataxia.”
Neurology India December 2001

“Loss of Cervical Lordosis causes constipation.
Forward head posture can add up to 30 lbs of abnormal leverage on the spine, causing additional strain and spinal misalignment and postural deviation to the entire spine. The entire gastrointestinal system is affected particularly the large intestine. Loss of bowel parastaltic function and evacuation is a common development and effect seen from loss of cervical lordosis.”
Rene Cailliet 1987

“A Loss in the cervical and thoracic spinal lordosis, kyphosis and spinal positioning cause neurologic disturbances affecting the heart, lungs, and digestive system.”
Calliet, M.D. 1975
“Atlas subluxations affect ORGAN FUNCTION. These phenomena have been demonstrated in such sites as the gastrointestinal tract, urinary bladder, adrenal medulla, lymphatic tissues, heart and vessels of the brain and peripheral nerves.” JMPT Nov 1995

“1250 infants chosen at random, 211 of them suffered from nervousness, vomiting, muscular abnormalities, tremors and insomnia. 95% (200) of those children had abnormal cervical (neck) muscle strain indicating vertebral subluxation. When the subluxation was adjusted and the muscle strain removed, an immediate calming often resulted, the children’s crying stopped, the muscles relaxed and the children fell asleep. The authors noted that an unhealthy spine causes “many clinical features from central motor impairment to lower resistance to infections — especially ear, nose and throat infections.”
Viola Frymann, D.O. 1966