Movement (especially of the spine) is required for proper brain function and affects the coordination of activities such as concentration and learning, motor control and organ function. The more structurally distorted we are, the less energy we have for metabolism, for healing and for thinking.
Research has shown that is the neurological stimulation of the pathways between moving joints, especially spinal joints, and the brain that is responsible for the amazing the benefits of proper movement stimulation of the brain. This effect is felt at all ages but is especially important during the early years as our brains are developing. It is an obvious connection as to why it is crucial for us to have a properly moving and aligned spine as the spinal joints are the main source of sensory movement stimulation to the brain. If there is subluxation in the spine, movement and therefore essential nutrient delivery to the brain is compromised.