Suffering From Pain?
If you are suffering from spinal or joint pain and have VA Insurance, there is an option other than just dealing with the pain.
The VA covers 12 chiropractic visits per year!
There are more options than ever for Veterans to manage joint pain with Chiropractic treatment!
What does this mean for service members?
Chiropractic therapy has helped millions of people recover form sickness, disease and disability and minimized the use of drugs and surgery in their lives. Chiropractic care concentrates on the location and removal of spine and nerve stress, a condition that puts pressure on nerves, unbalances and weakens the body, lowers resistance to disease, and causes pain; the subluxation complex. Chiropractors spend years of highly specialized training in order to locate where misplaced spinal vertebrae are impinging the nerves that travel down the spinal cord and out through the spinal column to the muscles, organs and glands of the body.
How Can Chiropractic Care Help?
Chiropractic has provided effective relief to millions of individuals suffering from back and neck ailments. Chiropractic has also provided relief from many other musculoskeletal complaints ranging from knee and ankle problems to carpal tunnel syndrome and tennis elbow. In fact, musculoskeletal pain or discomfort in any area of the spine or extremity is a candidate for safe, natural, noninvasive chiropractic care. If a condition exists which is better suited for treatment by a medical specialist, chiropractors are fully trained to identify such conditions and make the appropriate referral. However, most patients suffering from musculoskeletal complaints are successfully treated with chiropractic every single day.
Common musculoskeletal conditions treated with chiropractic care:
- Low back pain and stiffness
- Neck and upper back pain and stiffness
- Mid back pain and stiffness
- Headaches and migraines
- Leg pain, weakness, numbness and tingling
- Arm pain, weakness, numbness and tingling
- Extremity joint pain and dysfunction
- Carpal tunnel syndrome