Our shoulder joints have the greatest range of motion of any of the musculoskeletal joints in our bodies. The shoulder joint is really two joints, the glenohumeral joint between the arm bone (hume ...View Article
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Posted on 05-28-2013
How do you know when your situation calls for chiropractic intervention? Here are some of the typical scenarios that may call for our services:
Auto accident injury - Whenever you get involved in an auto accident, you should always seek out chiropractic evaluation -- even if you walk away from the incident feeling perfectly normal. Your spine has been subjected to severe forces, and even an "insignificant" auto accident injury could lead to severe back pain or neck pain weeks down the road.
Sports or personal injury - Many people face sports injuries such as runner's knee, tennis elbow and herniated discs. If you develop a musculoskeletal injury, we can apply spinal adjustments, sports rehabilitation and other techniques to help you get moving again. Personal injuries can cause many of the same ailments -- we frequently help office workers struggling with carpal tunnel syndrome, neck pain and back pain.
Chronic pain - Pain management does not have to mean refilling prescriptions for painkillers or enduring major surgery. Sufferers from many chronic pain conditions, from fibromyalgia to osteoarthritis, can experience relief through periodic spinal adjustments or other pain management treatment sessions. Our natural, non-invasive techniques can keep you out of the hospital and help you enjoy a higher quality of life.
Preventative wellness - Even if you currently feel quite well, our Clermont chiropractor can help you keep enjoying that wellness for life. Little subluxations and body imbalances that may be causing you no issues now can grow into problem later -- so why not get them dealt with before then?
Our clinic does a lot more than just adjust spines; we also offer a wide range of services such as nutrition plans, lifestyle advice and corrective exercises to address all aspects of your health and wellness. In other words, we are good for what ails you!
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