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Wifey is doing better, she's still in a lot of pain so we did do another full MRI to ensure no disks were bulged. Got a clean report. It's pretty much what I have been telling her, go to a Chiropractor and get things aligned, then the muscles will settle down and stop guarding. Our Health Insurance won't pay for it, but I'd rather pay for it myself than see her suffer any longer than need be.
I had to do it out of pocket for subluxation issues after an injury and the dr said it wasnt needed i think i paid 1100 and i went for 60 days straight.
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Wifey is doing better, she's still in a lot of pain so we did do another full MRI to ensure no disks were bulged. Got a clean report. It's pretty much what I have been telling her, go to a Chiropractor and get things aligned, then the muscles will settle down and stop guarding. Our Health Insurance won't pay for it, but I'd rather pay for it myself than see her suffer any longer than need be.
chiropractors are a good thing in that situation!!! especially if mri was clear..

my chiropractor is awesome.. he can examine you without asking first what hurts or is bothering you and he will ask you if this or that is hurting and im like, yup, spot on doc!

live life full throttle

god bless america and the farmer who feeds your fat ass
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chiropractors are a good thing in that situation!!! especially if mri was clear..

my chiropractor is awesome.. he can examine you without asking first what hurts or is bothering you and he will ask you if this or that is hurting and im like, yup, spot on doc!

live life full throttle

god bless america and the farmer who feeds your fat ass
Yea the good ones can tell by your gait what is fukked up.
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Old 03-01-2017, 10:23 AM
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chiropractors are a good thing in that situation!!! especially if mri was clear..

my chiropractor is awesome.. he can examine you without asking first what hurts or is bothering you and he will ask you if this or that is hurting and im like, yup, spot on doc!

live life full throttle

god bless america and the farmer who feeds your fat ass
I had one like that up in NY, both he and his dad were awesome. can't find one like that here yet.

Mine is a rack-m 'n crack-m style, but it works for me.
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Old 03-02-2017, 08:54 AM
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Chiropractor are a short term fix for a long term problem.
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IMHO a chiropractor is like going to get an alignment on your car after it's been in a wreck.

ABSOLUTELY necessary or you'll just eat the tires off.

Only time I need my chiro is after I've bounced off something. 1-2 seasons and I'm all fixed up until the next time I bounce.

Just my experience after a few decades of bouncing off things.
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Chiropractor are a short term fix for a long term problem.
Yes,they will have you coming every week,if it's up to them.There's a reasonw why they never became MD'S.
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I had a friend who was a chiropractor and he told me that we are not in business to fix you just make you feel better. If you want fixed go to a sports medicine doctor.

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I think we are talking about good ones and bad ones. Having been to both I can attest that there is a world of difference between a temporary fix and a realignment.


Back on track...signed the papers on the new '16 last night, now I just have to take mine all apart so I can trade. Taking a pretty good wallop on the trade due to the accident, but I'm going to get a letter from the dealer describing the depreciation. I'm going to stick it up Geico's azz.
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I think we are talking about good ones and bad ones. Having been to both I can attest that there is a world of difference between a temporary fix and a realignment.


Back on track...signed the papers on the new '16 last night, now I just have to take mine all apart so I can trade. Taking a pretty good wallop on the trade due to the accident, but I'm going to get a letter from the dealer describing the depreciation. I'm going to stick it up Geico's azz.
exactly! couldn't have said it better myself!




well, at least this one shouldn't have the issues the old one has. even though you took a hit on it, congrats!!

live life full throttle

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