Nerve Chart

Your nervous system controls and coordinates every function of your body. It is your nervous system that allows you to adapt to, and live in your environment. A large portion of your nervous system passes through your spine. It is your spinal cord that acts as the major cable exiting your brain, travels down inside your spinal column and branches off into spinal nerves at various levels of your spine.

These spinal nerves then exit between individual spinal vertebrae and go to the various parts of your body. To be healthy it is essential that your nervous system function properly and free from any interference caused by subluxations.

Subluxations can cause interference to the nervous system at any point along the spine where the nerves exit. This can adversely affect the function of various parts of your body, and ultimately your health.

Upper Neck, Upper Cervical Spine (C1 – C2)
C1 – Brain, Nasal and Palette Glands, Lungs, Heart, Spleen, Kidney, Stomach, Liver, Large Intestines
C2 – Eye, Sinuses, Brain, Nasal and Palette Glands

Mid/Lower Neck, Cervical Spine (C3 – C7)
C3 – Eye, Sinuses, Nasal and Palette Glands
C4 – Eye, Sinuses, Nasal and Palette Glands, Sublingual Glands, Submaxilary Glands
C5 – Parotid Gland, Sublingual Glands, Submaxilary Glands
C6 – Parotid Gland, Thyroid
C7 – Thyroid, Lungs

Mid Back, Thoracic Spine (T1 – T12)
T1 – Lungs, Heart, Parotid Gland, Carotid Artery, Pulmonary Artery
T2 – Lungs, Heart, Parotid Gland, Carotid Artery
T3 – Lungs, Heart, Stomach, Pulmonary Artery, Carotid Artery
T4 – Liver
T5 – Stomach
T6 – Pancreas
T7 – Spleen
T8 – Liver
T9 – Adrenal
T10 – Small Intestines
T11 – Kidney
T12 – Kidney

Lower Back, Lumbar Spine (L1 – L5)
L1 – Large Intestines
L2 – Large Intestines
L3 – Large Intestines, Spleen, Bladder
L4 – Large Intestines, Bladder
L5 – Large Intestines, Spleen, Bladder

Basebone or Tailbone, Sacrum and Coccyx
SACR – Large Intestines, Spleen, Bladder