Can you crack my back?

Should You See a Doctor For Your Lower Back Pain?

Back pain is not terribly uncommon for many people, as the back muscles work very hard to support the entire body even when sitting down or at rest. Many people also have very poor posture, as they might lean over a computer screen or not mind how they hold themselves when standing, driving, and the like. In turn, their back muscle begin to feel achy and sore. While you always want to see a doctor when you have a question about any pain you might be feeling, note when you should see a doctor for back pain in particular. Read More 

3 Ways A Chiropractor Can Treat Repetitive Strain Injury To The Neck

Repetitive strain injury to the neck commonly affects those who spend a lot of time on the phone but don't use a headset, those who work on a fast-paced production line and those who stoop over a laptop or other device for several hours a day. Anything that causes the muscles in your neck to tighten puts you at risk of developing this injury, and as the muscles become tighter, the tendons in your neck can become damaged due to the strain and you can develop a trapped nerve. Read More 

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Can you crack my back?

My wife gives great back rubs, but I still have to say that she is nowhere near as helpful as my chiropractor. My wife is a bit too gentle while the chiropractor is not afraid to get in there and give my back some serious adjustments and crack some joints. It's hard for an amateur to find the courage to get in there and give a really tough back massage because he or she is afraid of doing damage. This blog is about chiropractic massage and some of the techniques you can use at home for back pain relief - and signs you need to see the chiropractor!