Discover the 3 Most Effective Carpal Tunnel Chiropractic Treatments to Relieve Your Pain Fast, Reduce Muscle Spasms Quickly and Increase Your Mobility!
Try Our $79 Carpal Tunnel New Patient Special for First Time Patients!
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Our $79 Carpal Tunnel 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 carpal tunnel 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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Chiropractic care can help. A recent study published in the Annual of Internal Medicine confirmed that chiropractic care is among the most frequently used types of care for persons suffering from carpal tunnel.
- Repetitive motion of hand and wrist motion may cause microtraumas. Vibration and repetitive motions, when combined with spinal and other joint dysfunction, can result in a condition known as carpal tunnel syndrome.
- Problems in the neck can cause pain, numbness, tingling, weakness, or a loss of strength in the hands.
- Symptoms may include pain, numbness, tingling, weakness, or a loss of strength in the hands.
The major nerve controlling the thumb, index, and parts of the middle and ring finger is called the median verve. From the tip of your fingers, it travels through the bones in your wrist, past your elbow, up your arm, through your shoulder and neck, and finally to your spinal cord. Problems can develop in one or more of these areas.
The carpal “tunnel” is formed by bones in the wrist. The median nerve, tendons, and blood vessels pass through this opening. If one or more of the bones forming this tunnel should “collapse,” inflammation, nerve pressure and painful symptoms can result.
After a thorough examination, specific adjustments will be performed where needed to help normalize structure and reduce nerve irritation. Sheridan Chiropractic patients get excellent results with their carpal tunnel problems.