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Use this exam room spinal nerve chart to make the nervous system and its integrity the centerpiece of your practice. Retire the unsettling 50-year old nerve poster with organs spilling out of the body. Avoid the complicated spinal nerve charts with a miss-mash of confusing lines and ganglia.
It shows the major neurological connections at each segmental level. This is new to most patients. You'll catch them studying it when you enter the room.
Notice its simplicity and symmetry. No other spinal nerve function chart does the heavy lifting of linking the moving bones of the spine to specific organs and tissues. Your Nervous System Controls Everything connects with patients!
mmmbanner.jpgThis posterior view of the nervous system offers the advantage of showing symmetry and balance, something that older, lateral nerve charts and cause and effect nerve posters lack.
This is an updated Merrick Nerve Chart that shows a simplified wiring diagram of the nervous system, unencumbered by a list of symptoms that dangerously risks advancing the notion that there's a "stomach bone" or an "asthma bone."
Frame Your Nervous System Controls Everything nerve chart behind glass and place it in your examination room. Then, using a dry erase marker, circle the vertebral subluxations, scoliosis or the areas you'll be X-raying. You'll find it an essential tool in helping practice members focus on nerves, not bones and see the supremacy of the nervous system.
Reinforce your nerve-centric message of vertebral subluxation at the report of findings by using the handout version of this popular nervous system chart. Or use the brochure version as a take home piece.
Your Nervous System Controls Everything Nerve Wall Chart
18" X 24"