Nerve Infringement Syndrome

Nerve Impingement Syndrome (NIS), or a Subluxation, occurs when a misalignment of one or more of the joints in the spine places pressure on a nerve. Nerves communicate from the brain through the spinal cord and nervous system. Pressure on the nerves can cause interference with the transmitted signal. This can cause pain and/or discomfort, as well as other symptoms.


  • Headaches

  • Fatigue

  • Sleep Disturbance

  • Sinus and Allergies

  • Mood Swings

  • Digestive Problems

Are you among the thousands that are suffering needlessly because of a lack of understanding of your symptoms? If so, would not you like to relieve these symptoms and return to a happier, healthier lifestyle?


The misalignment of a joint is called Nerve Impingement Syndrome or a Subluxation. This can develop for a variety of reasons, including an accident trauma, poor posture or diet, lack of or incorrect exercise, a sports or repetitive motion injury, relationship or financial stress.

It is the Subluxation that creates the Nerve Impingement Syndrome that prevents you from enjoying all of life pleasures.

Because there are so many causes of Nerve Impingement Syndrome, everyone at some time or another will suffer from NIS. In many cases, the symptoms do not appear for months or even years.

When the body detects a problem, over time it compensates for it. This compensation causes PAIN. If left untreated, this condition could lead to the destruction of the joint and irreversible damage to the nerve, causing chronic pain, or worse.

Nerve Infringement Syndrome Facts

Can childbirths lead to Nerve Infringement Syndrome?


80% of all childbirths result in Nerve Impingement Syndrome.

Can children get Nerve Infringement Syndrome?


Between the ages of 2 and 5 years old, children fall over 200 times; this can be a major cause of Nerve Impingement Syndrome.

Percentage of teens involved in car accidents?


Within 2 years of receiving a drivers license, 70% of all teens are involved in an auto accident. Car accidents often result in Nerve Impingement Syndrome.

Percentage of infants that fall on their head?


40% of all children fall on their heads by age 1, according to OSHA; this can result in Nerve Impingement Syndrome.