Is Chiropractic all It’s “Cracked” Up to Be?

Share This Articlefacebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmailfacebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

Was chiropractic care your first thought when you hurt your back? It

should have been. They have virtually every modality and treatment option available to them. But what do they really do?

Cracking the back, neck, hips, or virtually any joint has been and always will be the bread and butter of the chiropractor – and for good reason. It takes a lot of education and a lot of skill to do it well. But is cracking the back the

answer to the most people’s back problems?

Click here for the full article…

Share This Articlefacebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmailfacebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

Comments

  1. MaryAnne says

    I have sciatica for a good week now, but it has been an on and off thing with me since November/08. I can barely walk and I can’t take the pain anymore. Please help me!

  2. Glenn says

    On July 1, 2009 I awoke to a new feeling–extreme pain!! I have had back pain in the past but this was something different. The old remedies did not even begin to resolve the piercing pain. My Chiropractor suggested an MRI to help evaluate the damage–I have no Insurance. Over the past 7 weeks I have been steadily re-emerging as a human able to stand on his own two feet. I am motivated to not let this EVER happen again. I believe that it is within my power to avoid this situation again WITH HELP and your book appears to be the answer to my prayers. Thank you for writing such a needed manual to help sufferers such as myself get back to life in short order.

  3. Carmen says

    I have been seeing a chiropractor every two weeks as part of my health maintenance plan for over 20 years. Yes, you probably think that’s too long, but as I said, it’s PART of my health maintenance plan. I combine his services with massage therapy and meditation, among others (including regular checkups with my family doctor and my dentist), to keep myself in a state of optimum health.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *