04-26-2012, 09:12 PM
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A Osteopath would really be the best, a chiropractor will do adjustments...focusing on "bones" a Osteopath can also do that but they'll look at the total package. By that I mean the muscle and connective tissue, the stuff the bones are connected too, holding them in place, so to speak. I believe in both, but if someone has a chronic issue I believe that it makes more since to look at the whole package not just skeletal.