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Chiropractic for Knee, Foot and Ankle Pain
A natural solution to relieve and manage knee, foot and ankle pain.
What is Knee, Foot and Ankle Pain?
Pain in the knee, ankle and foot is a troublesome and debilitating condition that affects about one in four members of the adult population. Fortunately, chiropractic care is available as a natural solution to this problem. Corrective Chiropractic offers such assistance.
Understanding Lower Leg Pain
In cases where pain in this area develops without an apparent injury, the condition is probably due to changes in your lifestyle or simply an increase in your weight. Since the joints in the area below the knee are relatively small, such factors can result in their shifting or straining, leading to pain. Aging can also greatly increase the likelihood of developing pain in the lower leg. In addition to the obvious tenderness, this condition can affect your ability to walk or even bear weight. Swelling and stiffness in this area can also be an indication of certain diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis.
Help Through Chiropractic Care
Chiropractors can help those suffering from a variety of joint problems, including pain in the knees, ankles and feet. They deliver what are known as chiropractic adjustments, which are safe and gentle alternatives to invasive and even addictive treatments that often employ prescription or over-the-counter medications to deal with pain. These adjustments have the effect of reducing restrictions or misalignments in the joints, thus bringing down inflammation and improving their mobility.
The Benefits of Chiropractic Care
Chiropractic adjustments can improve the general functioning of the affected areas and help you manage your condition. These are some of the specific benefits of chiropractic care:
Improved muscle tone and strength
A consultation will be needed to help determine how you can benefit from chiropractic care. Diagnostic imaging may be necessary to establish the nature of your condition. Based on the diagnosis, it can then be determined whether your condition can be treated with massage therapy or some other technique. If you are experiencing pain in the lower leg area, consider scheduling an appointment with Corrective Chiropractic.