Re: Back Cracking in Young Children

Hi! My daughter has the same issue. She barely moves and her back cracks over and over in a series of cracks as well as her neck. She is my youngest and my older children do not crack anything! She goes to a chiropracter and this helps. I have been told since she is VERY limber and flexible due to being double jointed, this causes more cracking. She is in cheerleading dance and gymnastics because she is so limber and athletic...Even when she is inactive for long periods of time, she still cracks due to being born with such flexibility! Maybe your son will be a great gymnist or other sport!!!

Posted By koriellen on February 20, 2009 at 13:43:58:

In Reply to: Re: Back Cracking in Young Children posted by doc4bax on January 25, 2008 at 10:35:22:

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