Why Do I Hear a Pop Sound When a Joint Is Adjusted? | #AskRTT 023

Why Do I Hear a Pop Sound When a Joint Is Adjusted? | #AskRTT 023

Do you know what causes that popping sound during a chiropractic adjustment? It’s probably not what you think. The sound you hear during a chiropractic adjustment is produced by the release of gas bubbles between bone joints. It’s not the result of bones rubbing together or “cracking”.

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