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What is chiropractic care?
What is a chiropractic adjustment?
How long will I need chiropractic care?
Will adjustments make my spine loose?
What if chiropractic doesn’t work?
Can I adjust myself?
Is it OK to see a chiropractor if I'm pregnant?
What causes the popping sound during an adjustment?
Does chiropractic cure cancer or other diseases?
What is a subluxation?
Why do chiropractors take x-rays?
Do infants and children need chiropractic care?
Am I too old for chiropractic?
Is chiropractic safe?
Can a person with previous back surgery see a chiropractor?
Do I have a slipped disk?
What type of education do chiropractic doctors receive?

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  • Do I have a slipped disk?

    Discs are known as the shock absorbers of the spine and are made up of a fibrous outer ring and a jelly like center. Commonly, a variety of disc problems throughout the spine may be referred to as a slipped disc. A disc cannot actually slip because of the way it attaches into the bones above and below. Discs can tear, decay, bulge or dehydrate, all of which can be serious problems. However, discs cannot slip.