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Chronic Pain Helped by Gonstead Chiropractic

(upbeat music) – Can you tell me exactly
where you’re feeling the pain? – Mostly like right here and
down my neck a little bit. Right here in my back, and a little bit, like, down at the bottom. – Okay. And you feel it right, well,
you feel it all the time? – Yeah, pretty much all the time. – Is it worse in certain
parts of the day, or…? – Not really. It’s mostly just like,
constant throughout the day. Maybe like, in the morning,
like, when I first wake up, and I have to like stretch myself out, but like, other that that,
that’s pretty much it. – How long have you actually
been feeling the pain? – Probably since like seventh grade, sixth grade, like when I was like– – Sixth grade, so that’s like five years. – Yeah, five years. – You probably were the only
person that was 11 years old that’s feeling pain in your lower back. – Probably. – I’m sure. Where did it start? – Kinda like my neck. – It was your neck pain
that first started. – Probably when it first started. – Got it. – Yeah, like when I move
my head from side to side, I can feel like, the strain in my neck. And I just like, I don’t
know, like, doing this causes like more pain, so I kinda try to force myself to sit up straight. – Doing what, like just slouching? – Just like slouching, like, leaning back. – Okay. And then the development go. ‘Cause I know that there,
with a spine like this, there are stages missed, but– – Well he did everything for
me because he was bigger. And stronger. And he came late, so we were like, what? Can’t be sitting up, and
everything was way early, like, months earlier than
we thought it would be. And so, like I said, pretty
much, he just walked, and he maybe crawled for
like, two weeks, if that. – So crawling is actually
really important, too, because it actually develops the neck curve, which you don’t have. But also, it starts
developing other, like, core strength, too, which
basically with a spine like this, you really have that, too. So you don’t have like any
curve in any part of your spine. Maybe just a little bit at the top. Basically, when you sit down, like, you get even more shallow of a curve here, and so that accentuates your, like, your head forward posture. It’s all throughout in here, right? It’s actually more so. So this is where we call it
a Poker’s Spine over here. Because it’s even more shallow, it pops everything out like that. That’s why, you know, over here it actually accentuates his
forward head posture. But, if I pretended like this
was a straighter back, right? So let’s just get that in, right? And then you just set like that. Do you see how much difference
that makes up there? Not just down here, but up here? – [Woman] Right. (metallic humming) – [Doctor] Seems like I
have something up here. So, over here what I’m feeling
for is the SI joint, okay. So up here, not too tender, right? But as we go further down here, that’s when it’s a little more
tender, like through here. It gets further worse as
you get further down, right? – [Boy] Yeah. – [Doctor] So, I feel the swelling here, so if we look, it’s
pretty tight into here, but when you go here, it starts turning that bubble effect over here. So this joint is sprained that way. Is it tender here? – [Boy] Mm hm. – [Doctor] Okay. Okay. But less so further down here? – [Boy] Yeah. – [Doctor] Yeah, so
it’s the opposite, okay. Just relax here just a little bit more. And I’m gonna give this a twist. (talking indistinctly) – Mm hm. – How’s that? – That was fun. (laughter)
– I should be on there. (laughter) Ready? – Yeah.
– That was like, two seconds. – I know. Kinda move my neck, I don’t know if that makes sense, like, moving it. I don’t know. – Yeah, yeah. – Feels less stressed. – Chin up just a little bit, good. Not too bad, right? Okay. Okay, so I just need to
push down right here. Good. It goes a little bit more, then it goes. So I’m gonna do a little bit more, okay? Good. Perfect, okay, you wanna… – [Woman] Will he be a little sore tomorrow or later tonight? – [Doctor] He definitely
could be a little sore. – [Woman] Okay. – But, I would only
imagine it being too much, ’cause you’re relatively
younger, so, yeah. It might be a little
harder for you to see, like the pelvis, so it’s changed. But I don’t know if you can tell, their weighing is less incident. Because it’s actually, what’ll happen is when we adjust that one, it actually lets this curve come in. Which gives you that S curve
and then that curve come. That’s good. (talking indistinctly) Yeah, yeah. So you just, you feel like
you’re sitting naturally, right, just like you were before? – [Boy] Mm hm. – [Doctor] Yeah, but we
don’t actually see it like, poking out as much here. Yeah. So that’s what I always
see that I screened here, ’cause that’s actually indenting more, and then that’s coming out more. Yeah, so we’ll keep working on it, and then that combined with the rehab that I’m gonna have you do and all that, it’s gonna be, it’s gonna be huge. – Yeah. All right. – Good stuff, right? – Thank you. (laughter) – Thank you, nice meeting you. (upbeat music)

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