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Dysfunction syndrome is characterized by loss of mobility in one or more of the movements of the spine. Pain is localized near the spine and felt only at the end range of movement. Repeated movements do not worsen it. Because of this loss of motion, curves of the spine may appear distorted and posture often appears poor. Adaptive shortening of muscles, joints, ligaments and other soft tissues may be at fault here, secondary to habitual poor posture. Tissue shortening may also result from scarring following injury. Treatment involves postural re-education to reduce stress on the abnormally shortened tissues, and movements and exercises to stretch them. On occasion I may also use manipulative therapy, as described below, but less frequently than with the derangement syndrome.

If you feel that you are suffering from symptoms due to dysfuntion syndrome, please contact McKinney Injury Rehab today for a complete assessment provided by one of our Doctors of Chiropractic.

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