You don't try chiropractic care and expect anything but dismal results.
There is a right way (and a wrong way), to do most things and if you do something the wrong way or half way - the results you get will be poor.
When you bake a cake you're supposed to put an egg in it or the cake won't come out right. They don't tell you to put an egg in it because they want you to buy more eggs to support the egg industry.
It is interesting how a patient will come in seeking care for a problem he has had in his lower back for 6 months and state he is ready to do whatever it takes to fix the problem and not be bothered with it anymore. He wants to get back to playing golf and not be dealing with a bad back anymore...and after 3 adjustments he's cancelling his appointment saying his back feels better and he doesn't need any more care.
(the fine print is that his insurance isn't paying for his care…)
Anyway, a month later his back is killing him again and he's telling his friends -
" Yea, I tried chriopactry but it didn't work..."
FYI ...there is a reason why you were told to get adjusted 3 times per week for 4 weeks. It is because that's the way it works best and it’s the way you get the results you came here for in the first place.
Your back is giving you trouble because you lost the structural balance, symmetry and stability in your spine. Getting less care than is really necessary to get that back again and restore that structural balance, symmetry and stability in your spine is pretty much the same thing as baking a cake without an egg...
You don't get the results you want.
You can't blame the care and say it wasn't effective when you haven't really done it.
You try spinach, maybe you try golf - you don't try chiropractic and then expect any kind of results.
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