Reflux and chiropractics

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   Posted 10/4/2012 2:18 PM (GMT -6)   
I visited my gI doc today and he was perplexed by the fact that I still continue to suffer from reflux after the TIF procedure. Anyways we talked for a bit and I mentioned to him about a back injury I had that happened a few weeks before I started having reflux. I was wondering if anyone else has heard of back/neck injuries leading to gerd? I was thinking about seeing a chiropractor for a few months to see if it helps. The reason I started thinking of all this is because I recently read through a post on healthboards by triciar, but triciar said

"To make a very long story short, I found out that I have a disc in my neck at C5 that is pressing on my spinal nerve. When I started physical therapy for this with cervical traction, by belching got drastically decreased and frequent hiccups began to be less frequent. I believe the phrenic stomach nerve was being compressed as well and it is causing my stomach to be twitchy"

here it is.

Heres an article I read about it though.

what do you think?

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   Posted 10/4/2012 8:20 PM (GMT -6)   
it is possible. Because a serious spinal injury could cause gut to stop functioning. After all, all signaling to organs are conducted by nerves in the spine. I don't think your back injury is that serious. But you can try chiropractic to see if it helps. It did help me!

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   Posted 10/5/2012 3:17 PM (GMT -6)   
That's great to hear! I'm going to make an appointment and start going soon. Either way it probably will benefit my body one way or another.
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