Posted by Elaine (220.127.116.11) on January 31, 2001 at 12:20:58:
In Reply to: Chiropractic care posted by Joy on January 31, 2001 at 10:08:11:
When I first came down with clusters they did not know what mine were. I tried evrything known to man to get the pain to go away.
My Mother said a chiropractor might be the answer.
I went to see him and had a attack in his office. Kind of scard the man, to find me in the floor of his office shaking and rocking, and begging for help. He was very good, and caring. Because my attacks were mostly at night, I did not figure he couls help. He wanted to try so when I felt one coming on or woke up from a cluster, I called him and he opened his office. He lived in a house behind his office. It was dead winter, he was three blocks away but the drive always seemed like it was 30 miles away. He would have the heat going, and he would rub my neck and used this thing on my back that felt real good. After a few minutes it seem to get worst and I could not stay on that table. We kept it up for weeks, he would pop my neck and things but it never helped. I finally gave up on it.
I have seen post that it has helped some, so I am not knocking it. What works for some doesn't always work for others. Drop down and read Bob P post it may be some help to you.
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