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  Title Proposed neurobiological processes associated with models of vertebral subluxation: Dysafferentation, dyskinesia, dysponesis, dysautonomia, neuroplasticity and ephaptic transmission
URL https://www.vertebralsubluxationresearch.com/2019/08/02/proposed-neurobiological-processes-associated-with-models-of-vertebral-subluxation-dysafferentation-dyskinesia-dysponesis-dysautonomia-neuroplasticity-and-ephaptic-transmission/
Journal Ann Vert Sublux Res. 2019 Aug;2019():113-116
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Vertebral subluxations are changes in the position or motion of a vertebra, which result in the interference with nerve function. This paper describes possible neurobiological mechanisms associated with vertebral subluxations. These mechanisms include dysafferentation, dyskinesia, dysponesis, dysautonomia, neuroplasticity and ephaptic transmission.

Author keywords: Vertebral subluxation, Dysafferentation, Dyskinesia, Dysponesis, Dysautonomia, Neuroplasticity, Ephaptic transmission, Chiropractic

This abstract is reproduced with the permission of the publisher; full text is available by subscription. Online access only.  An open access version of this article is available: Kent C. Proposed neurobiological processes associated with models of vertebral subluxation: dysafferentation, dyskinesia, dysponesis, dysautonomia, neuroplasticity and ephaptic transmission. Arch Neurol & Neurosci. 3(1): 2019.


 

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