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|Chiropractic Care and Musculoskeletal Pain
Many musculoskeletal problems, including symptoms masquerading as carpal tunnel syndrome, are effectively managed by chiropractic care. The key, as always, lies in accurate evaluation of the cause of the patient's pain patterns.
To a very large extent, physical pain involving the spine, arms, and legs is related to mechanical joint dysfunction. There are exceptions, of course, including pain caused by a severe acute injury or an inflammatory condition such as ankylosing spondylitis. But in most cases, chiropractic care will provide a solution to a person's musculoskeletal pain, resulting in a reduction or even a resolution of the problem.
It's important to remember that most painful symptoms don't just happen on their own. Your chiropractor will do more than address the problem at hand. He or she may also help you design an effective exercise program and a healthful nutrition plan to optimize your health and well-being over the long-term.
Now Offering Spinal Decompression
Called at 9:13 a.m., was in the office at 11:00 a.m.- awesome timing for a first time patient. I will admit that I was leery that they could get me in that fast. I was expecting an office with little to no activity, and I was wrong. Office was in full swing, with everyone coming and going. I was really surprised that they got me in, on top of assisting other clients.
Dr. Young was descriptive with the process, what he will do to treat, and different treatment scenario's.
Very much recommend.