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1. Most people know the senses of sight, sound, smell, touch and taste but your muscles are also sensory organs. It's not just the big muscles like on your arms but the small paraspinal muscles that tell your brain what your spine is doing, which represents __________.
a) the need for massage machines
b) the core of your body
c) David vs the Goliath arm muscles
d) an evolution of Homo Sapiens
2. If your spinal segments (vertebral bone, joint and disc) start to move in a dysfunctional way due to injury or poor posture, there will be distortion of the messages of the spinal muscles to the brain which can:
a) cause communication breakdown
b) give background noise for the brain causing a 'fuzzy' head feeling or other suboptimal function
c) cause the brain may not get enough information leaving it to fill in the gaps
d) all of the above
3. Chiropractors gently correct the spinal dysfunctions (vertebral subluxations) to restore healthy movement to help restore good communication between the body, brain and the environment. Due to this better communication in the nervous system, which outcome will NOT occur?
a) Move more accurately
b) Have fewer accidents
c) Improve towards optimal performance
d) None of the above - they all occur MORE when there are LESS vertebral subluxations
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See how changes in your body affect your brain's ability to communicate with your body.