Chiropractic for Ankle, Foot and Knee Pain

As we age, the likelihood of experiencing aches and pain sin the knees, feet and ankles grows. Nearly 25% of adults have ailments affecting joints in these areas, and tenderness, swelling, stiffness and decreased range of motion can have a serious impact on your quality of life.

In the absence of an injury, these pains are often caused by changes in lifestyle and increases in body weight. Even small changes can shift or strain the joints in your ankles, feet and knees, but chiropractic can help manage and relieve discomfort, stiffness and swelling.

Regular chiropractic care provides a non-invade, safe, non-addictive alternative to over-the-counter pain medications and prescription drugs. We deliver gentle, effective therapy that reduces misalignments in the spine and address joint restrictions to improve function and reduce inflammation. The result is increased joint mobility, which allows your body to better manage foot, ankle and knee pain.

Some of the health benefits of chiropractic for ankle, knee and foot issues include:

– Reduced discomfort and pain
– Improved flexibility
– Decreased inflammation
– Increased muscle strength and tone
– Improved range of motion

If you’re experiencing pain from the knees down, our chiropractors can help. Schedule a visit today for a consultation and examination where we can discuss the treatment options that are best for you. To make an appointment, contact us today!

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