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

I'm very concerned about this too. I woke up one morning about a month and a half ago with a banging headache that seemed to last for 5-6 weeks. Went to the doctor and explained this and they didn't think there was much wrong after checking blood pressure and ears after i explained i felt some pressure in them. So I was upset thinking this is not gonna dissapear by itself so i went to a chiropractor and got good relief from the headaches for a day or two then I started to feel pains but at a much lower level and i also started to notice the crackling in my neck in mornings especially and the crackling is still there no matter how much I move it.
So I went back for my second adjustment and explained the crackling and she said it was ok for now as were moving stuff around. After my second adjustment the crackling dissappeared and then a few days later it was back again. So It still has me worried. She told me it's just gas being released. I really hope my headaches and crackling comes to an end soon. I have a few more adjustments to go but sometimes I wonder is It actually gonna work or is it a waste of money and time.

Posted By WayneC on August 06, 2008 at 07:52:54:

In Reply to: Re: Crackling noises in neck after adjustments!!!!!!????? posted by doc4bax on February 05, 2008 at 10:16:00:

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