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Exactly how severely you are affected by muscle pain can differ between individuals, but for some, it can extremely debilitating, significantly impacting your quality of life. This is especially true if your discomfort is ongoing. Fortunately, chiropractic care can help. Here’s what you need to know about muscle pain and how appointments with a chiropractor can alleviate your discomfort.
While some injuries can be cared for at home and will heal themselves with the appropriate rest, others will require professional support to ensure that they heal correctly with no lasting effects. The best person to provide this support is a chiropractor with experience in sports injuries.
Current studies show that car accidents result in head, spine, and soft tissue injuries like whiplash. Chiropractors have the experience, skills, and knowledge to treat these injuries without using prescription medications. When the external wounds have started to heal, chiropractic care may be the next thing you need to get back on your feet. Here’s how chiropractic care can help your auto accident injuries significantly.
After over 10 years of working with people to improve their health, one of the most common hurdles I still see is how to build more activity into their day. So many people I meet with are stuck thinking that they have to exercise for a hour to get any benefit from it. This simply is not true.
We frequently see patients in our office with unresolved knee pain. Many times they have been to other providers for treatment and have only experienced minimal, temporary, relief. Often times the patient has lost mobility due to the pain in the knee. Many of these patients experience swelling, clicking, grinding, or stiffness on a regular basis. They are usually frustrated and tired of not being able to do the activities they want to do.
The first few weeks of January always seem to hold so much promise and hope for what the coming year will bring. Many of us say “This will be the year I ____.” How many times has February rolled around, only to find that we let those promising first weeks of January slowly slip by?