Extremity Pain and Chiropractor Care
One of the most common types of pain people experience involves their extremities. If you experience extremity pain, you can count on Dr. Langschied to provide the care you need to find pain relief. If you live in or around Shively or Dixie, contact our team at Kentucky Injury & Rehab for quality chiropractic care to reduce and eliminate your extremity pain.
Leg, Ankle, and Foot Pain
Many health issues affect the lower extremities. They include torn ligaments, overuse, sprains, and muscle strain. Each issue can impact your daily life, leaving you with serious pain and discomfort. Some issues impact the feet specifically. Chiropractors often treat issues like plantar fasciitis, which is inflammation of the tissue in the bottom of the foot. Shoe inserts can help bolster the arch of the foot, restoring function and reducing your inflammation. As a result, you will be able to walk and stand more comfortably.
Arm, Wrist, and Hand Pain
The upper extremities are often in pain due to overuse and strain. An injury could be linked to your back, caused by something like whiplash from an auto accident or a sports injury. One common issue that affects the upper extremities is carpal tunnel syndrome. This is an overuse injury often associated with tingling and numbing sensations in the wrist and fingers.
Tennis elbow and other elbow injuries are also common. You may experience an injury caused by overusing a computer, for example. Nerve damage is associated with remaining in a single position for an extended period. Shoulder injuries can also be serious. Shoulders are often injured after an injury that impacts the back or neck, leaving you with serious pain and even immobility. Therapeutic chiropractic techniques can help you move your shoulders freely and restore your range of motion.
Contact Our Chiropractor at Kentucky Injury & Rehab
Whether you are experiencing ligament pain or a rotator cuff injury, our team at Kentucky Injury & Rehab can help. If you live in Shively, Dixie, or the surrounding areas, and are experiencing pain in your extremities, it is time to get professional treatment. We will perform a thorough examination and create a customized treatment plan designed to provide pain relief and support the healing process. Call our team today at (502)-447-9554 or reach us through our website by using our online contact form.