A Back Cracker?

“Pressure on nerves causes irriatation and tension with deranged functions as a result.  Why not release the pressure?  Why not adjust the cause instead of treating the effects?”  D. D. Palmer

Sometimes you’ll hear people say, “I went to see my Chiro-cracker.” Or perhaps you’ve heard, “He’s a bone-cracker.”

The sound you hear during an adjustment isn’t your bones; it is the release of the air and pressure between the bones caused by a subluxation. When the air/pressure is gone, the bones move back into position – silently.

This often misunderstood “pop” means your body is responding to the adjustment.

If you have any questions about chiropractic care, please call 507-775-2711 to set up a consultation.

I look forward to talking to you,


Dean Ferber, DC

Byron Family Chiropractic

501 NW Frontage Rd, Byron, MN


We’re easy to get to and only 5 miles from Rochester.

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