Re: Clicking in lower back

I strongly suggest you go to your Chiropractor. Sounds like you might have a slipped disc. Never have a Chiropractor work on you without an x-ray done first as the spine is a fragile thing. If the Chirporactor tells you they can feel it, insist on that x-ray.

Posted By curvesolut7 on March 16, 2009 at 10:38:26:

In Reply to: Clicking in lower back posted by Julia Freeman on March 05, 2009 at 12:12:25:

Silicone inserts leave the epicondyle pressure-free and provide an intermittent compression to the soft tissue of the joint, leading to increased circulation, thus aiding in the resorption of swelling and edema.

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