Experience Pain Relief with Chiropractic Care
Most people are under the assumption that if they don't feel any pain they are healthy. Unfortunately, pain is a very poor indicator of health. In fact, pain and other symptoms frequently only appear after a health condition has become advanced. In this first phase of care, the main goal is to reduce your symptoms, such as pain or discomfort.
Doctors of Chiropractic focus on musculoskeletal pain or pain stemming from your spine, muscles, and nervous system. They rely on several methods to manage and treat your pain, including chiropractic adjustments, stretching, exercises, ice, heat, and physiotherapy.
During this phase of chiropractic care, we recommend you schedule two to three visits per week in order to experience effective pain alleviation.
Most Common Injuries Treated by Chiropractors
The most common injuries associated with auto accidents are sprains and strains—soft tissue injuries. The reason many people turn to chiropractors after an auto accident is because chiropractic care excels at treating soft tissue injuries.
Chiropractors are the doctors of choice when it comes to sports injuries. Why? Because chiropractors are highly trained specialists when it comes to treating soft tissue injuries, improper biomechanics, and improper sporting techniques.
Job Related Injuries
Hamby Chiropractic & Wellness in Rincon, Georgia is the best choice when you need to be treated for work related injuries. When it comes to treating injuries that occurred on the job our Rincon chiropractors are the best in the business.
Most Common Conditions Treated by Chiropractors
Neuromuscular Skeletal Conditions
- low back pain and stiffness
- neck and upper back pain and stiffness
- mid back pain and stiffness
- headaches and migraines
- leg pain, weakness, numbness and tingling
- arm pain, weakness, numbness and tingling
- extremity joint pain and dysfunction
- carpal tunnel syndrome
- attention deficit
- hyperactivity disorder
- high/low blood pressure
- infantile colic
- low energy levels
- ear infection