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

I have been having neck pain on the right side and up into the base of my neck. I am seeing a Chiropractor three times a week and sometimes four depending on the pain. He adjusts my neck and upper back. After my adjustments it feels good but shortly after it seems to be "out" again especially after a night's sleep/tossing. My chiropractor tells me that the muscles and tendons are being "retrained" and it will take time for it to stay in place. I had suffered with the pain for a few months before seeing him. How long does it usually take for the joints to stay put? Is there anything I can do to help the process? I have seen some improvement especially in my upper back.

Posted By Cheryl on August 07, 2008 at 12:29:18:

In Reply to: Crackling noises in neck after adjustments!!!!!!????? posted by Rich on February 04, 2008 at 15:42:52:

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