Common Musculoskeletal Conditions
Millions of people with back and neck problems have found effective treatment thanks to chiropractic. Numerous other musculoskeletal issues, such as knee and ankle pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, and tennis elbow, have also been helped through chiropractic. In truth, chiropractic care is a safe, all-natural alternative for treating musculoskeletal pain or discomfort in any part of the spine or extremity. Chiropractors are fully qualified to recognize any issues that would benefit from treatment by a medical professional and to make the appropriate referrals. Chiropractic care, on the other hand, can and is used every single day to successfully treat the majority of patients with musculoskeletal symptoms.
Additional Musculoskeletal Conditions Treated:
* Headaches and Migraines
* Neck Pain and Stiffness
* Numbness and Tingling in the Hands and Feet
* Lower Back Pain and Sciatica
* Arm Pain and Leg Pain, Weakness, Numbness and Tingling
* Mid Back Pain and Upper Back Pain and Stiffness
* Knee Pain and Shoulder Pain
Common Injuries Treated
Chiropractors frequently handle various kinds of injuries and are familiar with the distinctive symptoms connected to each. For instance, it’s crucial to comprehend that symptoms of auto injuries frequently appear weeks or even months after the event and frequently include a delayed beginning. In cases of work-related injuries, chiropractors frequently consider factors other than the actual injury, such as work station design, ergonomic equipment, and suitable work conditions. As a typical component of the treatment strategy for sports injuries, chiropractors frequently examine patients for biomechanical and muscular imbalances. Chiropractic care focuses on treating the complete person and improving overall health.
* Chronic Injuries
* Auto or Motorcycle Accidents and Whiplash Injuries
* Sports Injuries
* Slip and Fall Injuries
In addition to musculoskeletal problems, chiropractic care has also been shown to have great success with many individuals suffering from “medical” conditions such as chronic ear infections in children, menstrual pain, menopause, hormone imbalance and other irregularities in women, and arthritis in the elderly. PTSD, anxiety, depression, and insomnia patients have also greatly benefited. Although chiropractic care is not a specific form of treatment for such conditions, research has shown that many “medical” conditions can be caused or aggravated by irritation to spinal nerve roots which share an intimate relationship with the spinal structures. By restoring proper nerve function chiropractic care has helped numerous individuals suffering from these “medical” conditions.
* Allergies and Asthma
* Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
* Dizziness and Ringing in the ears
* Ear infections