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Our $79 Arthritis New Patient Special Includes:
Private Consultation: To determine if chiropractic is right for your specific problem.
4 Part Examination: To determine the exact area of involvement and the magnitude of the injury.
Range of Motion Tests: This helps us determine which joints are restricted.
Nerve Testing: Specifically finds which nerves are causing the pain.
Muscle Testing: Determines which specific muscles are affected.
Orthopedic Tests: Tells us which ligaments, joints or cartilage is injured.
2 X-Rays: If necessary
The examination and tests help us determine which arthritis therapy would be the most effective in helping you feel better the fastest.
One Chiropractic Treatment: Chiropractic physical medicine helps decrease pain, reduce muscle spasms and increase joint motion without pain.
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In general terms, arthritis is a gradual breakdown or deterioration of the joint spaces in your musculoskeletal system. According to some experts, eight out of 10 Americans over the age of 55 suffer from one form of arthritis or another. In many cases, arthritis can become so painful and debilitating, simple tasks such as opening a jar or holding a pencil can be difficult.
Arthritis affects everyone in different ways. In some, joints in the spine, fingers, wrists, shoulders, knees-even toes-lose their normal shape and large amounts of fluid and debris fill the joint space.
There are many causes of arthritis. A major cause is simply age. Injury or suppressed or weakened immune systems are others. Some people have no choice-it is simply hereditary.
In most people, the body responds to the onset of arthritis by making extra bone. Your body makes this material in an attempt to shore up the degenerating joint. This additional material, or overgrowth, is called a bone spur or osteophyte. Bone spurs are typically found in the joint or disc spaces, where cartilage has begun to break down or deteriorate. Bone spurs sometimes block the spaces where nerve roots leave the spinal canal.
There are many symptoms of arthritis, including:
- Joint pain
- Loss of muscle control
- Muscle spasms
- Stabbing pain in the extremities
Major types of arthritis include osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
The degenerative form of arthritis that mostly affects the elderly is called osteoarthritis. In some, osteoarthritis may affect the spine’s facet joints, making it extremely painful to bend or twist. Osteoarthritis causes the cartilage to break down and away from the joints. Stripped of their protective material, the joints begin rubbing against each other, causing pain and impeding movement. This action further irritates the surrounding nerves. Advanced forms of spinal osteoarthritis can lead to disc collapse and other problems.
An equally painful and destructive form of arthritis is called rheumatoid arthritis.
Rheumatoid arthritis causes inflammation of the joint tissues, leading to pain, weakness, low red blood cell count (anemia), and loss of appetite.
Common exercises may include wall walking (which targets the shoulder joints) and the chair rise (which strengthens your legs and makes standing and sitting safer). Good examples of appropriate activities for those living with arthritis include aquatic exercises such as swimming, walking, bicycling, and golf.
Our arthritis patients experience reduced pain, restored mobility, function, strength and flexibility.