Relief Finally! - Chiropractor Part #2

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So I've had 2 adjustments so far and going in for my 3rd one this evening.    I can't believe a few bone cracks could speed along the healing process this much!   I would say i'm 50% better then what I was just a few days ago.   I am sore in the neck and middle back area, but the doctor said that's to be expected.

After tonight, I have 2 more sessions to go and I have no doubt that I"ll be close to, if not 100% recovered by the end of next week.


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    Great!! My husband is a Chiropractor and he took care of the dizziness I used to have. A good Chiropractor can help a lot of things. I ami I got proof. My son saw so many things in his life that his dad fixed--he now is a Chiropractor too


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    I'm happy for you, Sarah!  I've experienced the same..Need to repeat, but can't afford..Thanks for sharing your recovery!!! Thanks Lord for answered prayer.
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    So pleased for you Sarah - what's your diagnosis?
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      I never got an actual diagnosis from the ER/GP  My PT finally said "all your symptoms point to BPPV".....   After a couple PT visits, she said I should see a chiropractor.   After a few Xrays with a Chiro, the 1st vertebrae is digging up tino my skull (lovely huh?)   The sping of my neck, going down into my shoulder/back is 90% "off course"

      So the Chiro thinks this causing all my issues and vertigo.   Had my 3rd adjustment last night and the sessions are getting shorter. 

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