Pain in your arms or legs caused by a spinal condition is called radiating pain or 'radiculopathy.'
Walking, sitting, standing, jumping, running, skiing, skating, lifting, holding, reaching, throwing, swinging, typing, shooting, pulling, and even sleeping can be impacted by extremity pain.
Tendonopathy / tendonitis
Restricted joint motion
Muscular Tension / Contracture
* Most chiropractors do not treat acute fractures or dislocations. However, chiropractors can work with orthopedists to rehabilitate fractures that have healed and dislocations that have been reduced (put back in place).
- Rotator Cuff Injury
- Impingement Syndrome
- Shoulder Muscle Tendinopathy / Tendonitis
- AC Sprain
- Frozen Shoulder
- Shoulder Dislocation Rehab
- Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis)
- Golfer's Elbow (Medial Epicondylitis)
- Little League Elbow (Medial Apophysitis)
Wrist / Hand
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Wrist and Finger Sprains, Fractures or Dislocations
- Hip Flexor / Groin Muscle Strain
- Piriformis Syndrome
- TFL Injury
Knee / Shin
- Ligament Sprains
- Patellar Pain - Chondromalacia / Patello-Femoral Pain / Tendinitis
- IT Band Friction Syndrome
- Shin Splints
Ankle / Foot
- Achilles Tendon Injuries
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Stress Fractures
Many times, chiropractors can provide soft tissue treatment surrounding the joint in pain. Once tension is reduced, performing a chiropractic adjustment or joint manipulation can effectively relieve pain.
Once dysfunctional joints are adjusted, improvements in motion and pain relief are often felt immediately.