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Ten Things Treated by Chiropractors

How chiropractors can treat other parts of your body besides your back

Contrary to popular belief, back pain isn’t the only thing that can be treated by chiropractors. They can also treat the following conditions and address the following issues seen below.

1. Neck pain

Neck pain is a commonly caused by vehicle accidents, particularly with whiplash. Readjustment of the spine is the best suited chiropractic treatment.

2. Low back pain

Bones, muscles, and nerves could trigger lower back pain. The recommended treatment entails spine readjustment, plus a programme of strengthening exercises, heat therapy, and similar therapies.

3. Arm pain

Parts of the arm bone can be misaligned. Chiropractors can help to line the joints and prescribe physical therapies, ice packs or similar remedies.

4. Shoulder pain

Typically, shoulder pain can be caused by torn ligaments, and nerve and tissue damage. Again, chiropractors can help to realign your joints and help the surrounding tissue to heal (with a massage or physical therapy).

5. Carpal tunnel syndrome

Chiropractors can mitigate the worst excesses of carpal tunnel syndrome by allowing the nerves to flow freely.

6. Fibromyalgia

Chiropractic treatment is a popular alternative therapy for people who suffer from fibromyalgia. Hand adjustments, gentle pressure, and multiple gentle movements in any given area.

7. Sleep disorders

For sleep disorders like sleep apnoea, chiropractic treatment helps to improve blood flow, thus improving your ability to sleep.

8. Arthritis

As a complementary therapy for arthritis, chiropractic treatment is a good option. Joints are gently treated, with methods including ultrasound therapy and massaging.

9. Bursitis

For treating bursitis, chiropractic treatment works by re-aligning your joints and spine.

10. Sciatica

With sciatica, spinal readjustment, plus a combination of ultrasound, and cold and hot therapies, are recommended chiropractic treatments.