Lesion: Injury to the body (internal or external) by a mechanical
action such as lifting or repeatitious movements.
Fluid: Fluid in the spinal disc. Keeps the Nucleus Pulposus
in a jelly-like state. Contains oxygen, nutrients etc.
Fibers: Nerve fibers that react to stretching and movement.
Fibers: Fibers that make up the outside retaining structure
of the disc. These keep the nucleus pulposus in place.
Pulposus: The jelly-like filling within the disc that gives
it its shock absorbing quality. It is kept in place by the Annular
Fibers. The Intradiscal Fluid keeps the Nucleus Pulposus from drying
Muscle Spasm - Sudden, abnormal involuntary muscular contraction.
Consisting of bone. Biological
Resonance: A vibrating frequency whereby a living cell becomes
most effective at uptaking nutrients, evacuates toxins and produces
energy at its maximum efficiency. All matter vibrates at certain
A nerve fiber that senses stretch and movement.
A nerve fiber that senses stress or damage and causes the sensation
Interneurons: Cells that inhibit the transmission of nerve impulses.
Curvature: Normal forward bending curvature of the cervical
and lumbar spine
facets: Joints on the vertebrae that limit motion.
Joints: Joints on the vertebrae the contain nerve fibers.
Cells that produce a material called fibrin that repairs and heals
Meridians: Channels of energy along the acupuncture points.
Pulse: Nerve impulses emitted in response to returning impulses
in a bio-feedback system. In a bio-feedback system, part of an originating
pulse is returned to initiate a response, that response is a Bio-feedback
Inflammation of the Muscle.
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