Unfair :(



  • @Sieveboy:

    No, being new here, I haven't perused all the threads…...do tell!

    basically when i was 14 i got bullied and a guy punchde me in the back of the neck.
    ever since then i've had problems with my neck :cry:



  • Sorry to hear about that. Is the cracking a result or do you use the cracking to alleviate stiffness or pain?



  • @Sieveboy:

    Sorry to hear about that. Is the cracking a result or do you use the cracking to alleviate stiffness or pain?

    i dont know really.
    i went to see a physio who said perhaps its a result because muscles adapt to injuries and traumas. the physio has given me some exercises which i'm disappointed with, i hoped there was more that could be done.

    what is your professional opinion on this?



  • Don't know, my degree is not in medicine or physiology, so take anything I say with a grain of salt.

    How long ago was this? Did the scoundrel use fist or some object?

    Were you x-rayed at the time to determine if any bones were broken?



  • @Sieveboy:

    Don't know, my degree is not in medicine or physiology, so take anything I say with a grain of salt.

    How long ago was this? Did the scoundrel use fist or some object?

    Were you x-rayed at the time to determine if any bones were broken?

    6 years i think.
    i'm not sure actually, it was in a tech lesson, so could have been an object, although i've assumed it was his fist.
    nah i wanted an x-ray but the gp said because there's no real pain there was no need.
    i have since asked for an x-ray again, but they reject me because x-rays are "dangerous"
    wtf?



  • Joint cracking is an amazing thing, it feels so good!

    I'm glad that I can crack nearly every joint in my body.

    I'd love to be "professionally" cracked by a chiropractor or such



  • @alexdrans:

    Joint cracking is an amazing thing, it feels so good!

    I'm glad that I can crack nearly every joint in my body.

    I'd love to be "professionally" cracked by a chiropractor or such

    so would i - it costs a bomb though…



  • I've thought about going to a chiropractor due to the stiffness I have in my back and I really can't crack my own back.. never really been able to much… but my insurance at work doesn't cover chiros, so I have been holding off until things are financially better or until the wife and I return from vacation.



  • @MonkeysUncleByMarriage:

    I've thought about going to a chiropractor due to the stiffness I have in my back and I really can't crack my own back.. never really been able to much… but my insurance at work doesn't cover chiros, so I have been holding off until things are financially better or until the wife and I return from vacation.

    well in england we have to pay for private stuff, i dont think chiros are on the NHS are they?


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