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Bed Wetting and Posture

The body is governed by the flow of nerve communication from the brain, through the spinal column, and to all parts of the human body. The spine protects the central nervous system. Because the spinal column is moveable, it is also susceptible to various stresses and forces, which can cause them to lose their proper structural position and lead to poor posture.

Posture is at the heart of the bed wetting condition; abnormal posture causes subluxations which can lead to nerve interference. This interference can result in adverse nerve communication between the brain and the bladder. Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation practices a particular type of chiropractic that is concerned with correcting posture and spinal alignment as a whole in order to treat the body—and its disorders—comprehensively.

With Chiropractic Biophysics (CBP), the practitioners at Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation use the sciences of biomechanics and physics to realign the spine and correct posture for optimal health.