Why is healing and regulation of chronic pain in your body failing?
What is causing the failure to heal chronic pain in your body? Since your chronic pain started, you’ve likely cut yourself, been sick or otherwise injured yourself in another way, in another location. It healed.
Your body healed itself. Your body is designed to heal itself. Have you asked yourself why that problem (cut finger) healed but your chronic pain has not? The answer is may be that there is an obstruction, an interference that is preventing perfect healing from taking place. If a doctor finds that interference or obstruction, and corrects it, you should be able to heal.
In order to understand obstruction and interference, you have to be aware of what is in control of healing the body. Your brain is the master controller of the body that organizes and implements the healing process throughout your body. In fact it’s in control of everything that happens in your body. Interference in brain control over the healing process often occurs with nerve irritation at the level of the spinal joints. This irritation decreases the brain’s capacity to heal. You experience this as chronic pain that never goes away, even though other injuries DO go away. Different parts of your body are on different nerve pathways. This may be the reason why some areas heal well and others not so well. Chiropractors call this interference “Subluxation”, and it cuts off your body’s ability to heal and function at it’s highest level. Subluxation is also a “slower of healing and regulation” that perpetuates chronic pain. Some chiropractors have advanced testing to determine where your nerves are subluxated, and like a target, it tells them where to focus their subluxation correction.