If you’ve never experienced a vertebral subluxation, you should count yourself blessed. In my last article, I started writing about my experience with this condition. After what was an extremely challenging week, it was followed with a week of improvement and progress. Much of the pain has left my body; as well as, the tingling in my feet. After several days of chiropractic adjustments and stretching, I can say that I feel much better. I can get in and out of the car without pain. I can pick up my little ones.
Thinking about how this condition came out of no where, it reminds me of how life can take a turn on us at a moments notice. One minute everything is going well, there isn’t a care in the world. All of sudden, there’s an application of pressure calling on us to adjust to this situation. Depending on our foundation, our adjustments will facilitate or impede or progress. If you go back to my previous article, you see how it ends with an affirmation of what is an expectation of a quick recovery. My foundation is rooted in my faith, that my God is a healer. At the same time, my faith requires something of me. It requires me to follow the treatment plan. It requires me to rest my body. It requires me to align my body and mind.