I am not sure what your question is.
We do not replace your doctors visit. We answer questions.
A reaction to chiropractic can happen, and it can be generalized.
This usually wears off.
For one thing, if done too much, too fast, it can over stimulate the nervous system.
I have seen this happen many times.
Fortunately, the ER has not found anything objectively wrong with you, and I am sure they must have done an exam.
Regular medicine does not know how to deal with such reactions, but relaxation techniques and time useuallyu works.
Massage can help.
The chiropractor might have methods he uses in these cases: have you talked to him?
If you have spinal disc problems, these would best show up on MRI, of the spine.
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