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"My back creaks and cracks so loud all the time it is embarrassing. It doesn't hurt at all. If I bend over to pick something up it will sound like an old star case that creaks from when I bend down all the way back up. Absolutely no pain. It's does it when I move side to side as well. So crazy! It would sure help to know why the heck it does it and it just started out of the blue. No accident or previous accident. I'm very active
Thank you"

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Erin- Chances are you are not getting any younger so expects a few more creaks on your journey through life. Something has to be out of place. Does your new car make weird noises? Or does your older car have a few quirks to it? Probably.
  Out of curiosity do you change your cars oil every 3000 miles? The car still runs when the oil is at 4000 miles and would run even up to 10,000 miles. SInce you are having no pain just noises you would do yourself a favor checking with a local chiropractor. An adjustment can provide you with a re aligning experience that will help you stay active. Think of the mechanical you. There is no pain but there is something off. Get it checked out and Thank me later

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Dr.Brian McKay

Expertise

I have experience with many different techinques utilized by different chiropractors. They all work but work differently. Some people respond better to different or a combination of techniques then to just one way of chiropractic. So I prefer open minded DC's who recognize our brother and sister chiropractors who work differently are helping patients with good solid chirocare. I can answer any question that comes up.

Experience

I have 22 years of experience. I graduated from Plamer Davenport in 1989

Organizations
Conn Chiro Council

Publications
Atlanta Journal, Darien Times, Huffington Post

Education/Credentials
BS Mercy College 1984 DC Palmer College of Chiropractic 1989

Past/Present Clients
I cannot name patients names out of respect for their privacy.

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