Re: stress on the C1 nerve

Pressure on the C1 nerve is quite a serious thing! This occurs SECONDARY to a malposition of the C1 vertebrae. Commonly, the brainstem, itself, is also affected(the brainstem is responsible for controlling all actions you have no conscious control over)!
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Posted By drallensezz on May 18, 2008 at 17:52:02:

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