I posted a discussion a couple of weeks ago about my back hurting on my right side. Well I got a massage shortly after the post and it seemed to help for about 2 days. So then I decided to try a chiropractor b/c the massagist thought maybe I had a rib out of place. My 1st visit to the chiro. he said my spine was out of place with my ribs. Fine, so he "adjusted it" and I wasn't allowed to lift more than 10 lbs for a couple of days. He wanted to see me again to make sure everything worked. Today I had my 2nd visit. He didn't tell me exactly what was wrong, I just know it hurt really bad on certain spots he pushed on on my right side. He put heat on my back adn then did some acupuncture. Then he "readjusted" me in about 5 different spots. I think I feel more sore now then I did before I went. He said it is normal to be sore for a day or two, but I am skeptical. Someone please help me! I have no idea what to think and the right side of my back still hurts. What should I do? Quit the chiro and just go back to massages? I already have enough joint, bone, muscle, and back probs. I don't want him to make it worse. On top of that, he told me after the acupuncture that I can't drink, have sex, exercise, or anything else, but didn't tell me why. I am so confused and unsure...
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