Chiropractic Adjustment 2 Days In A Row
Can I make chiropractic adjustments for 4 consecutive days?
Sometimes it is necessary, it really depends on what is happening to you.
Years ago I had a problem with my wrist, I didn't feel at work every day, I would come back every day and fix it. So one day I fixed it myself, which turned out to be very cheap.
I will be very careful with any type of chiropractic care. Because the mansion usually consists of a very sharp spine. My fear is that it could damage the spinal cord, intervertebral discs or spinal nerves.
Mark, since you are a chiropractor, I am not surprised that you think this has helped your spondylosis. I was also diagnosed with spondylosis and will never be treated in any field.
The spondylolisthesis is the result of a defect or injury in the vertebrae that causes the intervertebral disc to slip forward or backward in the lower vertebrae. The problem with this condition is the pressure on the nerves. The faster the chiropractor moves, the more damage can be done.
It all depends on what happens to you.
Many factors are part of the patient's treatment. Age, severity of illness, duration of illness, patient's current health status, etc.
I can personally say that depending on the condition of the spine, I will have to make adjustments daily and sometimes twice a day. I have something called spondylolisthesis, in which one of my lumbar vertebrae separates. It is very symptomatic and causes severe back pain. In 2004, I had to adjust every day for a day to fix this problem. When I received the ice pack in the shade last week, my condition worsened, referring to the sharp pain, the ray of relief from the severe pain, and the leg. I could barely walk and forgot to sleep! I went to my chiropractor on Monday morning and he hired me. With just one tug, my back is 90 loose.
However, there are hints to say no, or this is a scam or some other aggressive chiropractic comment. Let me tell you, these guys aren't chiropractors. Me
@ MT Yes ... All spheres attract people only for financial reasons. It has nothing to do with distribution or results. When my patient came, I shook hands and felt greed. They do not know about the financial arrangements of doctors and patients. Where is your golden proof that this patient was wanted or that this treatment was provided by a doctor only for financial reasons. My answer is much more meaningful as an application of logic than a flattering insult.
I believe this is also evident in the magic industry. In general, MT tell me, are you ready to perform to the satisfaction of your customers?
I would not recommend it. Try to get rid of them every few days. Try a hot Ibsen salt bath to relieve the pain.
Edit: Why are you both bullying each other? The facts are the facts, and I can say that chiropractic care has helped me overcome the enclosing spondylitis, a terrible spinal disease. MT and Mark both have points, but they don't seem old enough to talk about a point.
If you are a professional in your daily work, you are also a professional outside of work.
The answer is simple: if you think you need surgery, ask your chiropractor if you think it's time to relieve the pain associated with the op-post procedure. .
Also, most people use health insurance to pay for chiropractic care. So if anyone has been fooled, it is the insurance company. Personally, I like it when insurance companies have to pay fees, because it seems like they always want to do the last thing :)
I won't be there for two days in a row and I'm so dizzy that I spend the weekend in bed. Finally, I have a magician. It solved the problem and was not painful.