Why Do I Have Joint Pain? Chronic joint pain can have several different causes that include tendonitis, bursitis, arthritis, tendon, ligament and cartilage injury, diabetes, bone fractures, fibromyalgia and degenerative joint conditions. These acute and chronic conditions often result in loss of mobility and difficulty walking or even sitting.
When you visit our chiropractic clinic, you will be given a natural treatment protocol designed to get to the root of your joint pain and provide you with the long-term relief you deserve.
What To Do About Severe Joint Pain?
If you suffer from severe joint pain, finding a natural treatment that doesn’t require surgery or the use of pain medication is the most effective way to get long-term relief.
It’s common to simply mask the symptoms of joint pain with painkillers, but that does nothing to address the underlying cause of the pain. This means that as soon as you stop using the medication, the pain will return. It’s only when you address the root cause of the pain that you can find real pain relief.
Chiropractic adjustments are effective for treating severe joint pain, as they will help to relieve pressure on your inflamed joints caused by misalignments and other issues. Gentle spinal manipulations promote your body’s ability to heal itself, improving mobility, flexibility and allowing you to move around more freely. Once your range of motion returns and you feel less pain on a daily basis, your quality of life will improve and you’ll feel like your old self once again. You may also experience improved sleep, enhanced energy levels, improved immune function and better digestion.
Chiropractic for Achy Joints
If you have knee pain, hip pain, joint pain in your fingers or even joint pain all over, you can find long-lasting relief with regular chiropractic care. When you have a chiropractic adjustment to help your joint pain, our chiropractor will perform short thrusts on the affected joints that release oxygen, nitrogen and carbon dioxide. The result is often a loud cracking sound that is synonymous with chiropractic care.
Depending on which joints are affected, you may have difficulty making a fist or performing tasks that require you to use your fingers, bending at the knees or waist, moving your arms, walking or even sitting.
Some of the other treatments we provide that can help joint pain include physical therapy, spinal decompression, laser therapy and shockwave therapy. These treatments, on their own or combined with chiropractic care can help to ease your aching joints so you can finally get back to doing the things you love.
If you are suffering from joint pain in Oklahoma City, Edmond or any nearby area, call us today at 405-286-0322. We will set up a complimentary consultation so you can find out what is causing your pain and have a personalized treatment plan created that will provide you with the relief you need.