Habitual neck cracking is done by some people to relieve tension in the neck.
However, it can result in some undesirable side effects like pain, osteoarthritis,
Sep 28, 2015 ... A compilation of the best of my previous neck/back cracking vids.
In most cases of a clicking neck, 'cracking' the joints (medical term ~ articular
release) usually resolves the clicking noise and eases tightness of the joint.
Oct 3, 2012 ... If you crack your neck to relieve pain, you aren't alone. By one estimate,
chiropractors perform between 18 and 38 million cervical spine ...
Oct 29, 2013 ... The neck's paired joints are filled with a bit of fluid, and when the neck is bent, a
gas is released, creating that cracking sound, experts say.
How to Crack Your Neck. The cracking sound that you hear when you move your
back or neck in a certain way may be an air bubble forming and rapidly ...
Feb 24, 2015 ... Is cracking your neck bad for you? Can it cause arthritis or stroke? Why does it
make a popping sound? And is it safe to let a chiropractor do it?
Dec 17, 2014 ... If you crack your own back or neck, you're not alone. Studies show that many of
us commonly crack our knuckles, necks and even even our ...
May 12, 2003 ... Neck cracking, or spinal manipulative therapy, as chiropractors call it, increases
your risk of stroke.
My favorite 'adjustment' at the chiropractor's office -- up until now -- has been
what I refer to as 'the neck crack' or 'that one that twists your neck'. Then, I read ...