Neck twisted to the right, can this be causing my problems?

Hi, I've suffered from chronic problems for many years now. First a chronic pain on my left side, being that the reason I can't sleep on my left side, Recently a lot of chronic digestive problems.

I went to a chiropractor for the first time 1 month ago. I had some X rays which show that my neck is twisted to the right (http://curezone.com/ig/i.asp?i=35693)

The chiropractor said this is likely the cause of my problems, but I'm skeptical, although I would like to believe her.

Funny thing is the only time I had a serious accident was back when I was 11 years old when I fell from my bicycle on my left side of the head, leaving me unconscious.

Can anyone tell me what you think? Is this something reasonable? How long should I have chiropractic adjustments to find out if it helps? I've tried so many things over I fear to start something that will make me more uncomfortable without helping.

Thanks a lot, and happy new year to everyone :)

Posted By Rick on December 31, 2008 at 21:25:29:

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