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Jointcrackers is a platform to learn everything there is to know about cracking / clicking / popping joints.

Do you regularly feel pressure rising in your knuckles, toes, ankles, spine, neck or other joints and just have to release it by making the joint crack / click / pop / snap like an addiction?

How do I click a joint? Why do I feel that urge? Should / can I stop? Why are popping joints so little understood in the medical world? Is there any treatment?

If you can relate to or even answer any of the above questions, you have come to the right place! Join our community today!

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  • @conscentity

    Thank you, glad my expensive recovery is appreciated! It will take a short while for all the search bots to find us again for listing.

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  • C

    I'm glad to see you're back! Yay! I like reading and participating in this community and was worried you had gone for good.

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  • I am very sorry for the outage we had since last December, jointcrackers.com fell victim to domain name scalping.

    Unfortunately, in 2006 I had picked a very unreliable domain registrar who I once extended for 5 and once for 9 years. The registrar reminded me after 5 years to renew but "forgot" to mention to me my 9 year contract was about to expire on 11/23/2020. After this long time, I forgot about it myself and before I could react, a domain scalper snapped up the domain name.

    It took a while to track down the new owner and re-acquire the domain name for an inflated price.

    Even though the ad revenue is not even paying for the server costs, I was willing to pay for my mistakes, I did not want to keep you guys and gals standing in the rain without any goodbyes.

    Obviously, I will make sure this does not happen ever again.

    I am truly sorry.

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  • @rice-milk I can crack both of my palms for some reason all I do is move my hand a certain way as if I were to be cracking my wrist, kinda like I’m squeezing something in my hand I don’t know how or why but? It works for me if I were to put my finger on the palm of my other hand I can actually feel the bones/joints move .

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  • C

    Hi Camille,

    I have do similar work and have been doing for over 20 years. I have found that adding some weight training has helped a lot with any back pain or soreness. Along with exercising other parts of my body, I do these to strengthen my back:

    https://exrx.net/WeightExercises/GluteusMaximus/BBDeadlift (Don't go heavy at first)
    https://exrx.net/WeightExercises/BackGeneral/DBBentOverRow
    https://exrx.net/WeightExercises/LatissimusDorsi/BWPullup
    https://exrx.net/WeightExercises/E***torSpinae/WtBackExtension

    and some abominal work like crunches.

    I have found that as my body strengthened, my posture and pain and soreness improved.

    Along with this some active exercising like walking, jogging or biking also helps.

    Some stretches that may help:

    https://exrx.net/Stretches/E***torSpinae/Lying
    https://exrx.net/Stretches/RectusAbdominis/Kneeling
    https://exrx.net/Stretches/E***torSpinae/Cat

    Some supplements that may help are Taurine, Vitamin C, Vitamn D3 and Glucosamine W/Tumeric.

    Hopefully, this helps give you some ideas. I'm sure there are others on here that have good ideas also.

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  • @ankle-addict can a chiro help?

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  • @Amber I have the same issue

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  • I have the same ankle cracking/snapping addiction

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  • @mramell

    The active alkaloids inside play an active role in treating various conditions .. not just pain. Many claim that worsen the addiction recovery process but in reality, those people are not taking it with responsibility. Accurate dosage and mixing it with potentiators + rotating with various strains help you to get rid of serious ailments. https://www.guidancepa.com/best-kratom-strains-for-pain/

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  • I frequently have back-pain due to long hours working on system and writing content for various companies. I like to overcome with best-recommended supplements or smart exercises discussed here.

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