Thread: Heard a pop
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Old 01-23-2012, 06:54 PM   #2
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Popping and crackling sounds are pretty normal...I had one lecturer that sounded like a bowl of Rice Crispies going off, whenever he stretched his arms out to the side; some of the popping can be caused by areas that are not used to being stretched or have not been stretched, when people start stretching them on a regular basis, however, the popping can and usually does disappear entirely.

Calcium deposits, I believe, can also cause popping. Unless he's feeling discomfort, he's probably fine.
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