BS2.08 – 03 Incongruent sensory information is enough to make your brain feel pain

  • How incongruent sensory information (especially from different sensory modalities) can cause the feelings of pain
  • Why subluxations can cause a variety of symptoms, including pain
  • The research evidence showing that spinal dysfunction is associated with a range of poor brain functions including poor proprioception from the spine and limbs, inaccurate multimodal integration of sound and visual information, poor motor learning, altered sensorimotor integration, etc.
  • A description of how these different brain dysfunctions might be explained to patients who come in to see chiropractors (what words can be used to describe these various problems)