Well, this is something you will have to decide for yourself, but I would like to give you some things to consider. First, understand that Chiropractors move bones. That’s what they do. This can result is easing pain, or sometimes in some people causing more pain. Or causing new pain. It really depends on the patient and the chiropractor. I have been going to a chiropractor since I was a child. My mother says that one saved my life as a baby because I was having severe digestive issues. As I got older, I would go when I had upper back pain and this would usually set things right. Later, as I developed lower back pain my chiro was unable to provide much relief. This was because my lower back muscles had grown so tight that any manipulation just wouldn’t stick. I would feel temporary relief for a few hours. Later, I discovered that daily stretching routine combined with massage worked much better. See Post on Stretching.