Had a chiropractor adjust my sacroilliac joint by way of femur and now i'm having extreme pain on both sacroilliac joints. I am wondering if it's possible to reverse the adjustment?
I contacted the doctor and here's what he wrote back...
That was actually an adjustment for the sacro-iliac joint (the femur is just used to position that joint where it needs to be for the adjustment). Also I adjusted your lumbar vertebrae. The type of adjustment I used for those area is called "diversified technique".
Mmmm. its been a few months and still got it. If it helps when he did the adjustment i heard the bone scrape against what i believe to be the pelvis and its just kinda stuck there.
Now i do have subluxations at the l4 and l5 vertebrae so i sit fairly crooked atm.
My thoughts are to adjust the femur bone to allow the pelvis to tilt back into regular position. My lower back pain will go away and I'll stop having some pain in the legs. Perhaps this can be accomplished by isolating the pelvis and pushing the femur bone down and back. I've done extensive research on this and have come up dry.
Of one other thing, is there an effective treatment for tennis elbow?
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