No. We use the spine to access the nervous system. The nervous system controls and coordinates all other systems of the body. The first spinal care adjustment was given to a patient who was deaf. His hearing was restored. The second patient suffered from angina (heart pain). It was resolved. Spinal care began as a form of practice for just about any condition a patient suffered. Chiropractors became known in later years as back doctors because of their approach. Back care only is a very limited attitude to spinal care. Research shows spinal care have helped headaches, migraine, neck pain, stomach ulcers, infant colic, middle ear pain, premenstrual pain, improved immune function, improved brain function, better vision, reviving comatose patients, ankles, hips, knees, shoulders, elbows, wrists etc.