Chiropractic adjustments and spinal manipulation can reduce irritation and inflammation of the nerves, muscles, joints, tendons and ligaments which can cause headaches.
Acute back pain is defined as being caused by a sudden onset such as from an injury, accident or muscle strain and lasts anywhere from a few days to a few weeks, while chronic back pain will last three months or longer.
Because our arms, hands and shoulders are used in so many activities we do on a daily basis, having a shoulder that is significantly affected by injury or pain can greatly reduce productivity and quality of life.
Without appropriate care to help the knee heal properly, long-term nerve tendon and ligament damage can result. Also, if the knee is not functioning properly, other joints and areas such as the hip, lower back and ankle are also affected.
A chiropractor in Utah can manually adjust and realign the hip joint and spinal column to alleviate undue pressure on the surrounding muscles, ligaments and tendons that become inflamed and irritated when the bone structure is out of alignment.
Hands are a part of everyday activities from sports to hobbies. When hand pain reduces those activities and routines, it becomes very apparent just how much we use our hands and how valuable they are to our way of life.
A chiropractor in Utah can manually manipulate the joints and align the bones properly in order to reduce and alleviate pain and inflammation and naturally allow the body to heal on its own.
Through manually adjusting and manipulating the bones of the foot, a chiropractor in Utah can reduce tension on the muscles, ligaments, tendons and nerves which cause the pain.
By adjusting and aligning the bone and joint structure a chiropractor in Utah can relieve elbow pain by using the body's own structure to heal naturally to ensure the tendons, ligaments, muscles, connective tissues all work together.
A chiropractor in Utah can realign and manipulate the bones of the wrist back into its proper aligned state, thus reducing tension on the surrounding ligaments, tendons and muscles.