Spine-related issues typically cause pain randomly, meaning in uncoordinated parts of the body. Therefore, the diagnosis of the underlying cause of the issue and the treatment of the condition heavily depends on the location of the pain. This is why paying attention to the spine is of utmost importance.
For instance, if you feel back pain, by noticing anomalies you can see which part of the spine is affected and which organ is related to. Check out the infographic below to learn more about the relation between specific organs and the spine:
70 percent of the headaches are result of spine-related issues.
Tinnitus, difficulty swallowing and vision problems- intervertebral disc dysfunction
Tingling or pain in the hands- spine-related issues in the neck area (cervical)
Stomachache and pain in the heart or intestines- problems with the chest part of the spine (thoracic)
Pain in the hips and thighs accompanied by reduced sensitivity in the legs- problems with the lumbar spine
Protecting and strengthening the spine is the best preventive measure and treatment of issues with other organs.