Saturday, December 25, 2010
The human body is not well designed to assess its own localized, intersegmental spinal mobility/immobility.
The human body is actually poorly designed to monitor many of its functions and conditions. For example, it is not well designed to sense blood pressure, nor a slow loss of vision.
I can guess who’s monitoring your blood pressure, and I imagine you see an optometrist periodically. But, who lets you know if you are stuck?
(photo by Tony George at Flickr)