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Can Chiropractors Help With Earaches
Never: Chiropractors do not know of any disease condition that they will not try and treat. They offer a strenuous massage which can sometimes be dangerous. There is no connection between ear problems and the spine so chiropractors have nothing to offer in this arena. See your family doctor or your otolaryngologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is Sullivan Insufflation done by chiropractor safe? made my ear ache a little when Chiro did it so I quit before he finished. Reason was for headache
See real doctor: Some chiropractors are skillful, honest, and are willing to refer to MD's or DO's when things go wrong. See a licensed physician ASAP, and get advice about your misguided approach. ...Read more
Earache: For an acute earache warm olive oil, then place drops in the ear canal. You can place tissue in the ear to hold the oil in place. Then you need to get an exam to deteermine the cause, infection, TMJ syndrome, punctured ear drum, whatever. This is not something to play around with. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on earache,: external, middle ear, mastoiditis, etc.. Throat pain commonly also (occasionally only) felt in ear area; called referred pain. Treatment for external ear canal otitis different from middle ear otitis. Both: (a) study anatomy & (b) get exam from someone worthy your trust who will show you & help you understand the issues. Unable to much better than this from a distance. ...Read more
Prolonged earache: Hello, if you are having prolonged ear pain, it may be related to your TMJ joint. Since the jaw joint is so close to the ear canal, pain from the joint is often referred to the ear. Check with your doctor. There are many possible causes and a detailed history and physical will help identify the cause and thus the treatment. ...Read more
Depends: Many ear aches are caused by viruses or simply physical trauma (such as a lot of forceful coughing) while others are caused by bacteria. We sometimes treat ear aches with antibiotics if they're caused by bacteria. In other cases, treating the symptoms and giving your body a chance to heal on its on is sufficient. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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