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Old injuries, repetitive micro-traumas, and sedentary lifestyles can all cause you to lose movement in your spine. Problems can occur, and you need to learn to get things back on track.

Poor movement will lead to stagnant fluids, lack of neurological signaling to the rest of your body, loss of coordination, and maybe even loss of nerve sensation. Over time, inflammatory buildup can lead to chronic pain or even arthritic degeneration.

This lesson is only to underscore the importance of good movement through your spine and body. Better movements helps to lubricate the joints, get your blood’s microcirculation moving through, and reactivates your nervous system to get your balance and muscle coordination back.

Old injuries, repetitive micro-traumas, and sedentary lifestyles can all cause you to lose movement in your spine. Problems can occur, and you need to learn to get things back on track.