Re: Crackling noises in neck after adjustments!!!!!!?????

Chiropractic helps loosen the fixated vertebrae. When they have been stuck for so long you're going to hear noises and they begin to function. Like moving an old rusty hinge back and forth. The sound stops once motion is restored. The noise in this case is simply from the ligaments and joints beginning to loosen and starting to function. Crepetis does not mean hypermobility. Whomever is telling you that chiropractic causes noises for life is crazy. If anything, it prevents it.

Posted By doc4bax on February 05, 2008 at 18:49:54:

In Reply to: Re: Crackling noises in neck after adjustments!!!!!!????? posted by Rich on February 05, 2008 at 12:05:52:

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