Joint Pain Treatment in Omaha, NE

Joint Pain Relief from Our Omaha Chiropractors

Joint pain can limit your ability to work, perform household chores, pursue your favorite sporting activities, or simply get around easily and safely. The number of Americans struggling with severe joint pain has jumped over the past several years, making the problem as common as it is crippling. If you worry that you'll have to rely on painkillers or schedule major joint fusion surgery, you'll be happy to know that you can receive surgery-free, non-pharmaceutical solutions from our Omaha chiropractors at Chiropractic Health Clinic.


The Many Causes of Acute and Chronic Joint Pain

Joint pain can be either acute or chronic in nature. Acute joint pain usually occurs due to a sudden injury or infection, with the joint returning to normal as the problem heals. Chronic joint pain continues for months or years as the side effect of a long-term underlying condition. Common causes of joint pain include:

  • Sports injury - A high-impact sports injury can dislocate a shoulder, sprain an ankle, or cause some other acute, disabling joint problem. Long-term overuse of a joint can leave you with chronic joint pain issues such as tendinitis or bursitis.
  • Personal injury - A personal injury can cause either acute or chronic joint pain. A slip and fall accident or auto collision can cause immediate joint damage, while repetitive motion strain can cause chronic issues such as carpal tunnel syndrome or text neck.
  • Degenerative conditions - Bulging or herniated discs, bone spurs in the spine, arthritis, and other degenerative conditions can leave you with chronic joint pain and stiffness.
  • Spinal or extremity joint misalignment - An extremity joint that has lost its normal alignment cannot move normally without pain. A misalignment in your spine can cause or worsen joint pain in your neck, back, and other weight-bearing joints.

How Chiropractic Care Can Help

Chiropractic care can help joints function as they should, reducing pain and stiffness as a result. Our chiropractors administer thorough exams to determine exactly what's wrong with the affected joint, how severe the trouble is, and how to best correct the problem. Chiropractic adjustments can then apply just the right degree of force to bring the joint's components back into a more normal position.

If your joint pain originates in an extremity joint, we may focus the adjustments on that joint. If a spinal alignment problem seems to be involved, vertebral joint adjustments can help straighten your postural balance and weight distribution, easing stress on joints.

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