Common Conditions Treated at a madison Chiropractic Clinic
Dr. Daniel Robb has provided the Madison area with chiropractic care for several years. At Robb Chiropractic, SC, we meet people of all ages struggling with pain and dysfunction related to both acute and chronic conditions, and our services are custom-designed to work with your body and facilitate fast pain relief along with optimal health and healing. Consider some of the most common conditions we see among our patients, from children to seniors:
We need healthy, strong, and mobile joints to function comfortably in the workplace, on the sports field, at home, and while out and about in life in general. But a variety of conditions can lead to joint pain (especially in the spine, shoulders, wrists and hands, hips, knees, and ankles). Common joint pain conditions include:
Osteoarthritis: inflammation within a joint caused by wearing down of protective joint cartilage; associated with joint stiffness, swelling, and pain
Gout: inflammation due to an abnormal buildup of uric acid deposits (uric acid is a by-product of a metabolic process that breaks down purine compounds from foods like shellfish and alcohol)
Subluxation: minor joint misalignments within the spine
Neck Pain and Back Pain
Neck and back pain can be impacted by factors such as posture, stress, smoking, obesity/overweight, genetics, occupation, and acute accidents and personal injury. In addition to osteoarthritis, subluxations, and other joint derangements, common diagnoses include stenosis (narrowing of joint spaces in the spine), degenerative disc disease (wearing down of intervertebral discs due to wear and tear), muscle strains, and even fibromyalgia.
Headaches and Migraines
The types of headaches affecting our patients include tension headaches, which feel like a tight band around the head and are often caused by poor posture and stress, as well as migraine headaches, which are severe headaches associated with nausea, vomiting, visual disturbances, and other debilitating symptoms.
Sciatica and Other Nerve Impingement
The sciatic nerves (in your lower back) innervate your legs. If one of them becomes pinched by a subluxated/stenotic joint, herniated disc, or bulging disc, then symptoms can develop including numbness, tingling, burning, weakness, and pain in the buttocks and leg.
Nerves can also be pinched elsewhere in the body, including the neck (cervical radiculopathy) and wrist (carpal tunnel syndrome).
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Whether your pain condition is caused by a work injury, personal injury, sports injury, auto accident, or simply progressive and repetitive stress, our Madison area chiropractor can help you find relief. Services include adjustments, exercises, postural screens, and more to address your impairments and resolve underlying issues contributing to dysfunction!
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