spinal kinesiopathology

spinal kinesiopathology (spīˑ·nl kiˈ·nē·zē·ôˈ·p·thôˑ·l·gē),

n atypical positioning or motion of the spinal bones.
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Long-standing spinal kinesiopathology may lead to subluxation degeneration.
As a result of spinal kinesiopathology, the spinal cord nerve roots, spinal nerves, ganglia, other nerve fibers, and related structures (meninges) are impinged, compressed, or otherwise irritated leading to dis-ease--disharmony in the body as a whole.