Today I spoke to a patient at my downtown Seattle office and was spealing about a straight neck versus a curved neck. It took me back to the days when I was doing construction, and hammering nails. Hammering straight nails is easy… hammering bent ones is hard.. the force is no longetr transmitted along a straight line axis, and isw dissappated over the course of the nail, and it doesn’t go into the wood very well at all.
Our neck, or cervical spine, is the same way. It holds our neck up, hopefully on a curve. If it doesn’t, then there’s the stright line axis agqain, and the force is transmitted along the axis of the spine, through the rest of the body. This results in decay and degeneration, which we see on the fils we take. Cool explanation, huh?