A person may encounter issues in extremities due to many different factors. Some of these may involve overuse, mechanical stress, poor diet, blood circulation problem and wrong body postures. Disorders of the upper and lower extremities are among the most common grievances of humans. These parts of the bodies are more susceptive to stress and strain compared to the other body parts. As a result, you will experience injuries in the extremities that make your arm and leg joints weak, numb or excruciating. With the help of chiropractic care, the pain will be improved, and your extremity joints can be properly adjusted.
Chiropractic care is an effective and natural treatment option for patients who suffer from back and neck pain as well as other medical issues that involve the spine and pelvic region. Aside from correcting spine misalignments, chiropractic treatment is also ideal for extremity discomforts. Adjustments in the extremities can help treat ailments such as frozen shoulder, tennis and runner elbow, runner’s knee, and plantar fasciitis. Your chiropractor will start by doing a comprehensive examination to help determine the source of your symptoms and any spine and extremity misalignments.
The best thing about chiropractic care is that it doesn’t include any injections or invasive procedures, as it is a completely natural intervention for your overall health and wellness. Your trusted Canberra Chiropractor here at Canberra Spine Centre lets you live your life to the fullest by helping you to stay active and functional so you can increase your muscle strength and live pain-free. Are you suffering from extremity discomforts or facing symptoms of carpel tunnel syndrome or tennis elbow? Call us today on (02) 6257 9400 or simply book your appointment online and learn more about achieving and maintaining a healthy mind and body.
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Make your first appointment to see our Chiropractor and receive:
- Detailed history and consultation
- Full Spinal & Postural Examination
- Screening orthopaedic and neurologic examination
- X-Rays (If required)
- Full report of findings on your 2nd visit