I went six times. I got lots of things handled, particularly a shoulder that popped out of place and a pair of stuck vertebrae. Oh, and a stiff neck.
So... I am someone I've known who has not had to go back again.
People who keep going are kind of like people who want to have their hands held, who want others to solve their problems for them, who don't want to take responsibility for their own health.
I'm sure some chiropractors thrive on it.
But I'm extremely curious, based on what personal or professional experience, makes you believe the following quote:
"Chiropractic can be dangerous the chiropractor can make you feel good and will at first but they can cause blockages and you won't feel it right away but then something else will start hurting and you will find yourself going back again and again"
Chiropractic isn't about causing blockages, it's about relieving them. Your statement is completely false information, so I have to wonder what your rationale was for stating it.
This isn't much different from the occasional post we get from some know-it-all who comes into the Liver Flush Forum explain to us how we're all destroying our insides by doing flushes and that we're turning the oil into soap.