Our expert says:
Persoanlly I would be concerned if someone, who is not 'trained', cracks any bones in my body.
Without knowing the full story it sounds like its something that is not a chiropractor - should not be doing.
The 'cracking' normally is a clicking of bones - or realigning them, if you know what you doing. It can feel good or even if there was pain - not have any pain - your body releases endorphins (its natural pain killers).
So if it is done proper it can be beneficial - of not - it can create a problem, even if you didn;t have one.
The only suggestion I can give - not know the barber or the situation, is that a head massage is fine - not force or sudden movements should be done - unless trained for that.
Hope this helps.
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