should I see a chiropractor

I am a 26 year old male in mostly good health. The problem is I always have neck, shoulder and upper back pain. One of my shoulders is higher than the other and I feel like I am "uneven" like my head is always slightly tilted to one side no matter what I do. My only concern is that I have osteoporosis. I am taking meds to make my bones stronger but should I avoid going to see a chiropractor because of this even though I am always in discomfort?

Posted By Christopher Foster on June 22, 2008 at 21:27:59:

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