The domino effect is a chain reaction that occurs when a small change causes a similar change nearby, which then causes another similar change, and so on in linear sequence.
When the body has an injury, the body compensates to move away from that injury to avoid pain or to gain additional support.
The area that is now compensating is now doing more work than its used to. That is the initial phase of the dominos effect. Therefore how long can the compensator last before it needs its own compensation, and this potentially creates its own dominos effect.
As soon as the trigger starts, the domino effect is in full swing!

A true domino effect, seems to usually refer to a small scale trigger that creates small outcomes, in a few areas. But the body’s domino effect can only keep compensating for so long. Multiple small scale outcomes eventually lead to a total big outcome as we are contained within our own parameters (the human body) and ultimately all ‘systems’ are also interconnected.
Here’s a great little video of a progressive domino effect:
The good news is, is that it’s traceable! You could trace the output to the predisposing input and find out what the trigger is/was and vise versa, no matter how big or small the consequences.

You’ll be amazed to discover what your true trigger is.

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