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Explanation: The identity of a singular vertebral subluxation, termed the disc block subluxation, has been established by the author. Its identity and analysis is taught in leading chiropractic colleges in the U.S.A. This subluxation is associated with cruralgia and the sciatic syndromes often termed sciatic rheumatism. Facet separation, swollen articular membranes, narrowing and lowering of the height of the foramen, biochemical products of inflammation, and turgidity within the foramen are all involved in the neuroforaminal encroachment factors of the disc block subluxation and result in the symptoms of backache and differing types of
radiculalgia associated with cruralgia and sciatic syndromes. This paper will explore the mechanical misalignment and
neuroforami nal encroachment factors inherent in this subluxation.
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