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Mine seems to come and go but when its here it stays awhile which makes me think its not my spine in my neck but the ligaments. I get occipital pain and headaches with it as well.
Laura Schneider says
Del Banks says
Chiropractors in all the states I'm aware of do have to be licensed. An experienced, skilled and knowledgeable chiropractor can do a world of good. The best way to find a good chiropractor is through your friends and the chiro's good reputation.
Pamela, I agree with badegg. Chiropractorss are NOT medical doctors. An MD diagnosis of what's wrong (if anything) should be a first step, the MD can refer her to a good-for-her-condition chiro, phys. therapy, meds, or even surgery.
There are Chiropractors out there with MD licenses. They are able to do x-rays, prescribe pills, ect. like regular MD's. I am going to have to go to a standard MD with my insurance anyways to get a referral. I think I damaged me ligaments not spine.
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Roberta McIlroy says
I noticed this as well. Its hard not to crack it. If I don't it gets really stiff. I been using ice to keep me from cracking it. Sometimes all I do is turn my neck and it cracks though.
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