Calabasas Chiro: Chiropractor Cracks Backs or Adjusts Them?
Family Chiropractor talks about Chiropractic for Neck and Back Pain
One of the things that drives me crazy is when people ask if a chiropractor cracks backs or necks. Has anyone ever really looked at what the word crack means? It means to break or partially break something without a complete separation of the parts!
Heck, no, I don’t want to crack backs or necks.
I did a little video on this topic. You can find it here or just hit play below…
Spoilers: Let’s look at the definitions of crack and adjust. To crack is to break or cause to break without a complete separation of parts. To adjust is to alter or move something slightly in order to achieve a desired effect. I would much rather have my spine adjusted than cracked! Wouldn’t you?
There is a lot of misconception about chiropractic, and I think part of the problem is the words used. We should be specific, and mean what we say!
Enjoy the video!
PS: Want to see if a chiropractic adjustment can help you? Call me at (818) 661-6369. I’m happy to explain everything to you. 🙂
As you can see, if a chiropractor cracks backs, that’s not a good thing. I definitely recommend going in and asking for a chiropractic adjustment! It’s much safer. 🙂
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