HAND & ARM PAIN

What Our Patients Have To Say

“I began having issues with my shoulder blade a few months ago and woke up one morning in excruciating pain. It was constant and debilitating. I had numbness and tingling in my right hand and fingers. I was unable to sleep and the pain was so intense when I would move my arm, I was actually in tears completing my everyday household activities. I had considered going to the ER because I was at a loss….I’ve known Dr. Dan through my daughter for a few years and honestly was a bit fearful of chiropractic care and never gave it a try. But I needed something different this time and was willing to see what he could do. My case seemed severe so I did see him a few times a week initially. After just a few adjustments, I started feeling much, much better and my pain started diminishing! After working with Dr. Dan for about a month- I have zero numbness, no pain at all, and the tingling has completely gone away! I’m so grateful for Dr. Dan and wish I had gone in to him sooner! He is wonderful! And so easy to talk to, which goes a long way in the health profession. Highly recommended…thank you so much Dr. Dan!!” – Patty

Hand & Arm Pain Can Stem from Restrictions in the Associated Nerves

Hand and arm pain often stems from restrictions of the nerves that innervate those specific muscles. Carpel Tunnel syndrome and Tennis Elbow are two common examples. Restoring nerve flow to those muscles helps to alleviate pain and numbness caused by those restrictions (called subluxations.)

Through specific analysis and precision adjustments, a chiropractor can locate the subluxations in the cervical region of the spine that are inhibiting nerve slow to the hand and arm. In other instances, the joints of the arm and hand can be adjusted to return motion; motion is the essence of joint health.

While chiropractic does not treat any one symptom, children and adults see many health challenges resolve while under care. Chiropractic care is a safe, non-invasive, and natural option for addressing a wide range of health challenges, including hand and arm pain. A chiropractor is specifically trained to locate and remove subluxations through gentle, precise adjustments.

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