That seems likely. Also you can't fix a curved spine through adjustments....I feel like a good chiropractor would know what they can and can't do to help someone. I had a physical therapist try to "adjust" me once. Even though I was there for my knee. I ended up in pain for the rest of the day.
I agree that if her issues were as bad as she claims, she'd understand that you have requirements for a decent bed to sleep in, it can limit things you do, etc. I'm sorry you have to deal with that.
I think a lot of the issue is that she is encouraged by her chiropractor. I know chiropractics can relieve suffering, but in her case, I think that he's telling her how bad it is so that she'll keep coming back for adjustments.
As a fellow scoliosis spinal fusion sufferer, your PJ can go screw herself (see what I did there?). Oh man, can you imagine if we tried yoga? You know, WITH SPINES THAT DON'T BEND DUE TO BEING FUSED?
I feel like her degree of curvature isn't even anything a doctor would be concerned about, and would tell her to just take some aspirin when she hurts.
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