Why is my spine important?

Your spine is the core of your skeleton from the base of your skull to your tailbone. It serves many important functions including:

  • Protecting your spinal cord and related essential nerves which make up the central nervous system.
  • Giving structure and connection for your hips, legs, shoulders and arms.
  • Serving as an attachment to muscles that enable movement.
  • Providing a framework and support for skull and ribs.
  • The spine (skeleton) is what holds us up.

Because the spine plays such a key role in the functions of the body, it is easy to see why proper spinal care is important to your overall health and wellness.

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