What’s In Your Carton?

If you’re like most people, before buying eggs at the grocery store you open the carton to check for broken shells.  You’re probably not too surprised when you come across a cracked egg or two and you simply continue your search, rendering the previous carton useless.  As you proceed, you notice that some cartons contain 1 broken egg, others contain 2, and still others have 3 or more.  Finally you find what you came for, a carton with a perfect dozen eggs inside.

Why must you go through the process of opening each carton?  Because you can’t tell anything about the contents by simply looking at the outside packaging.  Every carton looks identical from the outside, yet they can be very different on the inside.  To randomly choose any carton without knowing what’s inside would be a foolish and unnecessary risk.

egg-cartonThe body is like our egg carton. It is often so good at compensating for imbalances, that what might look straight and in alignment from the outside can actually be masking underlying curvatures or deviations.  If left undetected, these structural imbalances can lead to chronic sickness, spinal degeneration, and disc disease.

When it comes to our health, we’ve been taught that what you see and feel is what you get.  If things look okay on the outside and you don’t have any symptoms, you must be healthy, right?  We’ve come to learn that this is not the case.  Many diseases and disorders such as cancer and heart disease have no symptoms or warning signs until the sickness is well into the advanced stage.   Subluxations are no different.

Spinal subluxations are known as “silent killers”.  They often go undetected because many times they are painless and reveal few outward signs or symptoms, yet all the while they are shutting down your life-sustaining nervous system at its source.

If there are enough cracked eggs in a carton, and they are left inside long enough, eventually they will begin to soak through and reveal themselves.  Similarly, uncorrected subluxations will eventually show themselves as symptoms.

The only way to know for certain whether or not you have spinal subluxations is to either wait for your carton to soak through, or to open the carton and look inside with a chiropractic spinal examination.

If you wouldn’t take a chance on a $3.00 carton of eggs, you certainly shouldn’t risk your most precious and priceless commodity:  YOUR HEALTH!



About Lucas Kruse, D.C.

Born in Sioux City, Iowa, I am a second generation chiropractor. The Kruse family consists of five chiropractors practicing throughout the country. I spent eight years providing medical support for Marines and Sailors as an enlisted Navy hospital corpsman (medic). I have four amazing children, Aden, Ella Dee, Remy, and Dagny. The family is constantly on the move staying active with sports, walking, golfing, and fishing. View all posts by Lucas Kruse, D.C.

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