Neural manipulation affects all body functions, facilitating nerve conductivity and intra-neural blood supply for local and systemic responsiveness. Restrictions can be ameliorated gently and quickly.
A nerve only functions correctly when it is able to move freely within its surrounding structures. If a nerve is fixed, its ability to glide and/or stretch is limited. Nerve fixation can cause a small section to harden, creating a ‘bud’ that is sensitive to the touch. The release of nerve buds can have a favorable effect on the corresponding muscles and visceral organs.