Not too many years ago a friend's son came home. He'd been away at chiropractor school for about 7 years. It evidently takes a long time to become a chiropractor.
I was selected to show him houses. He liked one side of town better than the other. We almost had a house chosen when we went to look at it for the second time. I couldn't help noticing all the flaws and felt it was my duty to point them out to him. He decided against it.
I talked him into looking at a house on the "wrong" side of town. Wrong side in his mind, but not wrong for everyone else. He loved it! He bought it!
Then he said, "Where do you hurt, Barbara?" I replied that I didn't hurt anywhere.
Well, a few years later I did hurt. My neck was sore and the pain was running to my shoulder. I went to see him wondering what he'd do. To my surprise, he was able to manipulate my back, my neck, my shoulder, my head and made me feel better. He said it was stress in my neck and shoulders from all my real estate worries. The best thing of all was the short time it took! Going to a medical doctor takes so long because the time in the waiting room runs into several hours. After a few trips, I had no pain again!
I became a believer in chiropractic. I go regularly for adjustments or if I have a pain. If my knee hurts, he takes care of it. Back problem....no problem. I recommend a good chiropractor if you've got aches and pains. Try one.