My back pops when i take a deep breathe and sometimes even with normal shallow breathing. It started when i was 18 years old popping every now and then and now im 24 and the pooping happens every 2-3 mins. Over the past couple of years it has been causing back pain. My back pops in the cervical and thoracic spine and the pain is in my neck all the way down to inbetween my scapulas. Lately its been causing tension heachaches and im just annoyed with popping and pain. No over the counter pain meds work. No one has been able to give me answers. Ive been to the doctor and i took some xrays and everything came back fine. Ive been to the chiropractor and physical therapist and no one has answers. Every position for me is uncomfortable.
Hi, I'm having the same issue but for me it's a result of stored emotional pain and sadness. The more I let past hurts out the better I feel. I am also going to check out Network Spinal Analysis, to see if it can help get out all of the stored emotions... Good luck.
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