If you’ve ever had your neck popped by a chiropractor, you know how relieving it can be. But did you know that you can pop someone else’s neck just like a chiropractor does? It’s actually quite easy to do, and only takes a little bit of pressure.

The Only SAFE Way to Crack Your Neck

  • Place your hands on the person’s shoulders, just below the neck
  • Apply pressure with your thumbs and push up into the neck
  • You should feel a “crack” as the pressure is released and the person’s neck pops
How to Pop Someone'S Neck Like a Chiropractor

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How Do I Pop My Partner’S Neck?

If you’re looking to pop your partner’s neck, there are a few things you’ll need to keep in mind. First, it’s important to understand the anatomy of the neck and how it works. The neck is made up of seven bones, called vertebrae, which are stacked on top of each other.

Between these bones are cushions called intervertebral discs. These discs allow the spine to move and also act as shock absorbers. To pop your partner’s neck, you’ll need to apply pressure to their uppermost vertebra, called the atlas.

The atlas is unique because it doesn’t have a disc between it and the next vertebra down, called the axis. To find the atlas, feel for the large bony bump at the base of your partner’s skull. Once you’ve located it, place your thumbs on either side of this bone and apply pressure in an upward motion.

You should feel a satisfying ‘pop’ as their atlas moves out of place. Just be sure not to apply too much pressure – popping your partner’s neck can be painful if done incorrectly!

How Do You Give Yourself a Neck Chiropractor?

There are a few things you can do to give yourself a neck chiropractor. First, you can try using your hands to apply pressure to the muscles in your neck. You can also use a tennis ball or foam roller to massage the muscles in your neck.

Finally, you can try stretching your neck muscles by moving your head from side to side or up and down.

Can a Chiropractor Crack a Stiff Neck?

If you have ever experienced a stiff neck, you know how debilitating it can be. The pain can make it difficult to turn your head from side to side or even look up and down. Thankfully, there is a way to get relief – chiropractic care.

One of the most common questions we get at our office is whether or not a chiropractor can help with a stiff neck. The answer is yes! Chiropractors are highly trained in assessing and treating conditions of the spine and musculoskeletal system.

When you visit a chiropractor for neck pain, they will first conduct a thorough examination to determine the cause of your pain. Once the cause has been determined, your chiropractor will develop a customized treatment plan to address your specific needs. This may include spinal manipulation, massage, stretching, and/or exercises.

Spinal manipulation is often used to treat neck pain as it can help improve range of motion and reduce stiffness. During this procedure, the chiropractor will use their hands to apply pressure on the joints in theneck and gently move them into place. You may hear popping or cracking sounds as this is happening – don’t worry, this is normal!

Massage therapy is another effective treatment for neck pain as it can help relax the muscles and relieve tension headaches. Your chiropractor may use both deep tissue and Swedish massage techniques during your session. Stretching and exercises are also important part of treating neck pain as they can help improve range of motion and strengthen the muscles supporting the spine.

Your chiropractor will likely give you some stretches or exercises to do at home in between visits.


If you’ve ever had a chiropractor pop your neck, it may have felt like they were using some kind of magical power to make your joints crack. But in reality, they’re just using their hands to apply pressure in the right spot. And you can do the same thing!

Here’s how to pop someone’s neck like a chiropractor: First, find the spot where the person’s neck bones meet. You’ll feel a small indentation there. Next, place your fingers on either side of this indentation and apply pressure.

Slowly but firmly push your fingers together until you hear a popping sound. That’s it! Now you know how to give someone a chiropractic neck adjustment.

Just be careful not to use too much force or you could injure them.