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Dr. Peter Carr


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I can answer spine related issues, as well as golf, running, and whiplash related issues. I run a very busy practice in Downtown Seattle, Dynamic Chiropractic Clinic, and sometimes do not get to answer questions every day, but when I do, I'll try my best to answer the question(s) you have.

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I have a doctorate from Palmer College of Chiropractic, and am a Certified Chiropractic Golf Practitioner. I am also a lecturer on whiplash injury, certified in the etiology and treatment of auto accident cases, and was a national-level mid distance runner.


American Chiropractic Association, Washington State Chiropractic Association, Whiplash Seattle Member and founder


Dynamic Chiropractic, The Beacon



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Recent Answers from Dr. Peter Carr

2017-03-06 hit head neck and back hurt:

There is a very short and concise answer to your question, and that is :  "Yes."     This could absolutely be a flare up of your preexisting condition(s), and it can be the harbinger of worse things to

2017-01-18 back popping:

Sorry to answer your question so late, but I only now got the email from allexperts.  It could very well be that you have herniated a disc in your back... the best way to determine that would be to an

2016-11-29 Sciatica & more:

You need to see the doctor, locally, IMMEDIATELY.  There is a CHANCE, however small, that what you are experiencing is CAUDA EQUINA SYNDROME, and it's serious.  It's where the disc, or something else,

2016-05-03 pain radiating outwards:

Cardy;     Lung cancer?  Really?  You went straight to that?  You need an Internet intervention.     The pain distribution you are showing looks a lot more like a referred muscle pain than anything else

2016-05-02 pain radiating outwards:

Cardy (Cool name!)     I would begin with checking the rib heads being misaligned.  Pain at the end of your breath, especially the last 10% or so, is really indicative of this diagnosis.     Of course


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