(gentle music) – I mean there are just certain random things that I’ll do, and it’ll just be like excruciating pain. – Excruciating like? – Can’t walk can’t move around. – [Chiropractor] If you
notice anything different as you walk, let me know. If you don’t, that’s totally fine. – Yeah, it feels different,
but it’s like a good different. – (mumbles) to me your shoulder pain, and there’s a neck pain and a mid-back. Is that right? – Yeah. – So can you show me
exactly where you’re having, I just wanna kinda start off one by one, so the shoulder. – It’s like right here – At the blade, right? – Yeah. – (mumbles) In this area? – Yeah. – Okay, and how long
have you had this for? – It’s been about five years. – Five years, okay. – It’s pretty much
constantly just bothering me and then recently it’s
started like moving down to like my elbow and fingers. – When it goes down to your arm, does it go in the front
side or the back side? – It like kinda goes through this part of my elbow and then down
into mostly these two fingers. – Okay so from here down right like this? – Mm-hmm – Okay, got it. Well, does anything make that worse? ‘Cause I know this is constant,
but is this constant too? – I mean typing a lot, typing, data entry, any kinda that sorta stuff. – Okay. In terms of the rest, let’s
kind of keep going a little bit, so what about the neck? Can you show me where it is in the neck that you’re having it? – My neck is mostly just the headaches. – Right up here, right? – I’ll get like the tension headaches here and then like the sides of my head. – Okay. Now with the, can you show me again what the low back and the knee pain – The low back pain is
just right down the middle, it’s usually right about here
and it’s pretty constant, but, I mean, there are
just certain random things that I’ll do and it’ll just
be like excruciating pain – Excruciating like?
– Can’t walk can’t move around – Is there a pattern of things you’ve done that you can identify? Like bending down to pick something up or that’s has made it excruciating? – No, it’s a fun surprise every time. – Fun surprise – Yeah, It’s like I
won’t even know it’s bad until usually like the next morning – Oh, okay
– And then all of a sudden it’s just horrible. And then I was having like the hip pains and then like the knee
pain on this side also. – Got it, okay, all right. Do you, so you said you
usually don’t notice it then, the day after, so do
you hear something pop and you won’t feel anything
until the next day or like – No, it’ll be fine and then
the next morning I’ll wake up and it’s just horrible, and that’s usually about how I know I’ve overdone it. – Gotcha, okay, okay. And then lastly for the
pain in the lower back and, I guess this as well, does this get worse
sitting for a long time? – Yeah. – Okay, so walking is okay? – Oh yeah walking usually helps it – Oh it helps, okay. – So sometimes like waking up probably just because I’ve been
laying down all night or if I’m sitting in a
chair for a really long time or driving it’ll get really bad. And then walking around, moving, like a little light stretching helps. – Okay. Okay that’s (mumbles). So once I get past that just goes way off then it comes back. Yep right there, and that’s where you feel a lot of that right there? – I do, that’s exactly where it hurts – Yeah, yeah ’cause the bones over here, they attach, the ribs go
up, like around here, so. That’s not as bad as this. – Yeah that’s bad. – Yeah. – That, like that. – Good so far? – Yeah, that’s got like a shooting, kinda, it’s in my head. – So what I’m gonna do here
is I’m not gonna twist you like this, I’m basically gonna push toward your opposite ear. – Okay. – Okay. Good. You okay? – Yeah. – All right. I’m gonna go ahead and
guide and push right there, so your shoulder’s just
a little bit, okay. Here’s a push. – Gosh, that was a good one. – That was a good one, that was a big one. All right come on up. Let your breath out, I’m
gonna give it a push. Let your stomach sink, all the way. Nice, that was good. All right, you okay? – Yeah that last one was a
good one, a lot of cracking. (laughing) – All right, so we’re pretty much done with the adjustments, but what I want you to do is walk around a little bit, kinda let your joints settle. And if you notice anything
different as you walk, let me know, if you don’t
that’s totally fine. – Yeah, it feels different, but it’s fine, it’s like a good different. – So as we keep going
on with the adjustments, I wanted today just to tackle the main thing right over here, but as we go along we may go over and adjust the actual rib
on this side over here. – Okay. – All right, that’s pretty
much it, you’re all done. – All right, perfect. – Yeah, especially again
in the first month, you might have some days
where you do feel pretty good and all of the sudden,
some days where you feel like you took two steps backwards, which again, it’s pretty
normal to feel that, so that’s pretty much what the adjustments are gonna look like. It may not be, like next time you come in, we might not adjust your neck, might not adjust your lower back, just depends on what we find for the day. – But that’s always why
we’re gonna use the scope, get your x-rays, all that other stuff. – Okay, perfect. – Any questions for me? – No, thank you so much. – All right (mumbles) you
should be all set to go.

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