So… you wrote 2 posts in a row that both meant you don't know the answer to the question.
why reply just to say you don't know? if you don't know, then you don't reply.
so, so desperate
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Hm. me and my best friend tried this method the other night, and didnt seem to get our backs to crack.. :?:
Google Dempstead on youtube, he video his patients sessions, and then does 2 more versions slow and slower…check it out.
Lol - i know you were kidding so i was just exaggarating it :lol:
Swimming with alligaotors!
New attraction at seaworld - bye bye shamu :lol:
yeah good idea
Fair point, as a joint when broken and then fixed is stronger than it is originally. So it is viable to suggest that some areas where you could originally move a joint now can't be reached as the healing as restricted the ability to get there.
Haven't clicked the link but it sounds like something a chiropractor would use and thus, i would never ever use one myself.