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Neck pain is no joke. Whether you’re sitting, standing, lying down or moving around, it can cause anything from a nagging discomfort to an excruciating sensation and few things allow for a reprieve from the pain.
Unfortunately, a large number of our Brandon, FL patients are familiar with the pain associated with a herniated disc all too well. On a positive note, Dr. Richard J. Robinson has helped many people with disc pain, and a number of research studies have verified that chiropractic can help patients recover from this kind of condition.
A common cause of pain and/or pins and needles (tingling and numbness) which travels (radiates) from neck and into the arm, hand or fingers is a pinched nerve coming from the neck (cervical spine), these nerves back area give sensation (sensory) and strength (motor) to the upper extremity areas. Usually this nerve which is “pinched” is “pinched” due to a disc injury and/or a malposition (subluxation) of the vertebrae. This can cause pressure or contact with the nerve which causes the nerve to become inflamed (swell).
Chances are , you low back pain is due to one of the problems you read about on the previous pages. Your chiropractor can treat these problems to help relieve your back pain with Common Treatments. Treatment, will likely include manipulation and techniques that help manage symptoms. You’ll also be taught self-care to help treat and prevent future back problems.
If you are struggling with fibromyalgia, you are not alone, as Dr. Richard J. Robinson sees many people with this particular condition in our Brandon, FL chiropractic practice. As a matter of fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that roughly two percent of all adults in the United States have fibromyalgia. Thankfully, chiropractic care is one treatment option that can provide positive results.
To find out why your back hurts, chiropractic evaluation will try to determine the source of your back problem. This evaluation includes a health history and physical exam. It may also include tests such as x-rays. If needed, your chiropractor may consult or manage your care with other healthcare providers.
If you or someone you love has been living with back pain, then you know just how annoying it can be. Sometimes, you feel great and then suddenly you turn the wrong way and have a horrible pain shooting through your body. This article will help you with just that!