Your results may vary. This is due to:
- The severity of your condition
- How long you have had the condition
- Your age
- Your overall health and ability to recover
- Your compliance with care
- Following through on home care
- Ability to avoid activities that trigger your condition
Does the adjustment hurt? We use many adjusting styles & techniques to assure comfort & minimize pain.
Does it hurt afterwards? For some, it is normal to be sore for 1 to 3 days after your 1st adjustment. This soreness is due to inflammatory chemicals that are essential for healing. Many people do not experience any soreness after an adjustment. Both are normal. You may also experience an increase or decrease of noticeable energy. This too is completely normal. Just go with it... Enjoy the energy or take a nap!
If there is no "pop" with the adjustment, did the doctor fail? No, just because the joint did not gap and "pop" does not mean the adjustment was not successful. Remember, the "pop" is only gas being released from the joint. An adjustment can be successful with no "popping."