Hello there, I usually take advantage of chiropractic 2 to 4 times a month. However I had an IUI 7 days ago and skipped last week. I am now hurting quite a bit, especially my right lower back and love to have an adjustment. My chiropractor is out of town (whom I trust very much), so I am asking you is it safe for me to get adjusted at this point?
Thanks for any information!
I don't see any reason why you wouldn't be able to get adjusted. I'm not certain what technique your current chiropractor uses, so I cannot comment on whether his personal method is contraindicated or not. However, if you're concerned about going to someone new, consider finding a chiropractor who provides very gentle non-rotational, instrument-based adjustments.
Someone who uses an Arthrostim, ProAdjuster, Activator, Integrator, or any Upper Cervical chiropractor would suffice.
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