Chiropractic care has provided relief for many different conditions. Click on the following links to find out more. Or call our office today at (314) 731-4383 to schedule a consultation.
There are numerous causes of arm pain or numbness. Besides fractures and dislocations from trauma, some of the more common causes of arm pain or numbness include: Bursitis, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Cervical Spondylosis, Golfer’s or Tennis Elbow…[read more]
Leg pain or numbness can be cause by truama such as auto or work accidents, slips & falls or sports injury. It can also be the results of repetitive motions, poor body mechanics or life style habits can cause an inflammation and irritation of various muscles, ligaments, joints and nerves.
Some of the more common causes of leg pain or numbness can include: lumbar radiculopathy (compression of the nerves in the low back), sciatica, knee problems or ankle/foot issues…[read more]
Not all hand pain is carpal tunnel syndrome. Proper examination and diagnosis is the key to successfully treating CTS….[read more]
Headaches can be a very disabling condition. Medication typically covers up the cause of most headaches. In fact, many headaches can be the result of irritated nerves in the neck….[read more]
Computer work. Watching TV. Game stations. Cell phone usage. Poor posture. Stress. All these can literally make life a pain in the neck! Not to mention auto accidents!…..[read more]
Low back pain can be the result of injury or irritation to a number of different structures: ligament sprain, pulled muscles, disc degeneration, herniated or bulging disc as well as facet injury….[read more]
The shoulder is a complex joint and there can be any number of problems that can cause pain. Common ones include: bursitis, rotator cuff tears, impingement syndrome or frozen shoulder….[read more]
Depending upon the structures injured, whiplash can produce a multitude of symptoms, including: Headaches, dizziness, neck pain, jaw pain, arm pain or weakness, visual disturbances, ringing in the ears, back pain, sleeping problems, or concentration issues…[read more]
Sports injuries are basically one of two types: an acute traumatic incident or repetitive over use. Learn the difference…[read more]
If you are experiencing any of these conditions, call our office at (314) 731-4383 or CLICK TO CALL FOR A FREE CONSULTATION.