i finally got around to seeing an upper cervical chiropractor, but there's a a commitment plan after i try it out for a few times. i'd have to return 3 times a week for a few months. does that sound ok? the place is 2 hrs away from where i live and i have to go directly after school. i'm not too sure about the long commute and the fact that the area isn't too fond of minorities (random idiots rolling down car windows to say stuff), but the chiro place is very friendly. i thought upper cervical was supposed to be more effective and precise so that i wouldn't have to go back as often? please give your insights dr. sutter.
the x-ray showed some problems and tilt.he felt my spine and upper cervical area and said i have some nerve blockages on my neck and toward my mid and lower spine. he also said he's not absolutely sure he can help with the digestive problems, but the area where i have the nerve blockages correlates to the stomach stuff. but he said he can help with the nausea and headaches often get.
question for sans2006:
did you have to sign on for some plan with your chiropractor and did he/she adjust your back or upper cervical? how long before you saw results?
i have pretty much the same problem as you, incomplete evacuation, constipation, bloating. i've been following your posts for a while.
however, mine started after diarrhea and antibiotics. i've been going down the whole anti parasitics, anti fungal, probiotics road for the past few years and i've had no die off reaction that i'm aware of. heck i didn't even react to MMS or barefoot's pure oregano oil or dewormer. but i still can't shake that feeling... what if i'm barking up the wrong tree?