Re: I Just Had My Back Cracked And It Feels Great

Postby thelivo on Thu 26/Mar/09 9:44pm

musket wrote:That's good to hear - that particular manipulative manoeuvre is great.



What - the waxing?
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Re: I Just Had My Back Cracked And It Feels Great

Postby musket on Thu 26/Mar/09 9:55pm

thelivo wrote:
musket wrote:That's good to hear - that particular manipulative manoeuvre is great.



What - the waxing?


That Tama has some relief!!! I'm due for another physio round soon too.

Waxing is fine by me - not really my bag though...
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Re: I Just Had My Back Cracked And It Feels Great

Postby thelivo on Thu 26/Mar/09 10:00pm

musket wrote: I'm due for another physio round soon too.



But you haven't crashed for, oh, about 10 minutes now?? :D ;)
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Re: I Just Had My Back Cracked And It Feels Great

Postby Dazzle on Thu 26/Mar/09 10:02pm

Didn't you crack a vetrebrae at some point? :blink: Or am I thinking of someone else?
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Re: I Just Had My Back Cracked And It Feels Great

Postby musket on Thu 26/Mar/09 10:13pm

yep - lots of vertebrae, lots of places. Hence the enormous relief I derive from a good manipulative physio.
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Re: I Just Had My Back Cracked And It Feels Great

Postby Stun on Thu 26/Mar/09 10:38pm

Jim wrote:Git, I had a bout with my kidney stones last night and I feel shattered. :(


I was in hospital recently, and the guy across from me was in to have that sorted out.
He didn't seem particularly happy. He seemed less happy that he'd been in for 5 days waiting on his surgery, and I jumped ahead of him in the queue.
But hey, if he wasn't prepared to flirt with Maude, the 'solid Russian nurse' - that's his problem I suppose. :)
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Re: I Just Had My Back Cracked And It Feels Great

Postby Dazzle on Thu 26/Mar/09 10:44pm

How much pursueding does it take to get a solid Russian (male?) nurse to crush your stones?


And here is a sport bound to result in cracked vertebrae:
http://www.funnyordie.com/videos/426608 ... tm_term=fd

It's a game of honor and diplomacy....
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Re: I Just Had My Back Cracked And It Feels Great

Postby nostromo on Thu 26/Mar/09 11:00pm

Who are the best back crackers, physios, osteos or chiropracters?
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Re: I Just Had My Back Cracked And It Feels Great

Postby musket on Thu 26/Mar/09 11:04pm

Don't look at what they call themselves - a good therapist will have the skills and experience to perform all the other disciplines' tricks when necessary to achieve the desired outcome.

I find experienced, well trained manipulative physios the best. Not many chiro's or osteos with the same training.

Still, there's only maybe 3 or 4 people in NZL I'd let work on my back.
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