dysponesis

dysponesis (disˈ·p·nēˑ·sis),

n condition named by chiropractors to describe misdirected physical reactions to various stimuli (i.e., emotions, bodily sensations, environmental events, and thoughts) and the effects of these reactions throughout the body.
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Disturbances to the nervous system are referred to in scientific literature by several names; dysponesis, nerve dysfunction, neuritis, nerve imingement, double crush phenomenon, and subluxation, all of which cause interference to the nervous system.
Disturbances to the nervous system are referred to in scientific literature by several names; dysponesis, nerve dysfunction, neuritis, nerve impingement, double crush phenomenon, and subluxation, all of which cause interference to the nervous system.