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Thoracic Sympathetic Hyperactivity

“Muscular skeletal trauma or stress produces segmental sympathetic nervous system hyperactivity. Chronic sympathetic hyperactivity is often critical factor in such diverse clinical syndromes as neurogenic pulmonary edema, peptic ulcer, arterial sclerosis, cardiac lesions, and osteodystrophies. Effective manipulative therapy improves input so that sympathetic hyperactivity is alleviated.”

-Irvin Korr, Phd, The Spinal Cord as the Organizer of Disease Process; Hyperactivity of Sympathetic Innervation as a Common Factor in Disease, JAOA 1979 Dec; 79 (4)