I've been seeing a great chiropractor for several years. And he has really helped me. But, the last few months it seems like my pain is worse and I sometimes hurt for several days after he works on me. Maybe my body is getting more sensitive to his adjustments. Anyway, a friend told me I should go see another chiro who she knows that doesn't do the manual manipulations. So, I thought I'd just go try him and see if there is a difference. He only does adjustments with an "activator" which just taps on the areas he needs to work on. He did do xrays on me that showed my axis tilted down and crowding the next vertabra. He sais that could bethe reason I have seizures. It also showed 3 bulging discs in my lower back which would explain my lower back pain. His way of thinking is that if you get your spine in line it can heal all the body's illnesses. He also says that his type of adjustments moves my vertebra further than a regular chiropractor. All he says sounds good. But... Here is my question. Have any of you gone to a chiropractor who doesn't do manual manipulations? Did you find this better than the manual manipulations? My other chiro made me feel so good with his adjustments and he did the therapy on me afterward using the electrodes, which I think is awesome! It relaxed me so much. Have any of you had better results from the other kind of chiro that only adjusts with an activator? I'm just not sure what to do and I don't want to lose my other chiro if he can make me feel better. But, his xrays never showed the problems that this new one did. ???? Any suggestions?