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Posted on 06-15-2017
Are you experiencing sudden jolting surges or chronic pain in your upper, lower or middle back? Is persistent neck, back and shoulder pain sourcing headaches, radiating tingling, burning or numbness in your extremities? Do you suffer from having a limited range of motion, muscle spasms or have trouble sitting for extended periods? If any of these symptoms are applicable, you should consider consulting with our Atlanta chiropractor to see if you have one or more pinched nerves.
Spinal Misalignments: This spinal subluxation put a tremendous pinching pressure on nearby nerves and impedes their ability to coordinate with the rest of the body.
Herniated / Bulging Discs: When discs protrude due to an injury or accident, they bulge out and put pressure on associated spinal nerves. This pinching can cause radiating extremity pain and sciatic issues.
Disc Degeneration: When the spinal gets older or suffers recurring injuries, the spacers that serve as shock absorbers in the spinal column become thin. This degeneration of the discs limits the room that vital fluids and nerves have to flow through the body, pinching nearby nerves.
Osteoarthritis: Also known as degenerative joint disease, osteoarthritis often causes bone spurs that crowd intervertebral foramina and sources pinched nerves.
Our experienced chiropractor in Atlanta uses a variety of non-surgical, holistic treatment modalities to help stave off chronic pain by relieving any pinched nerves. A few techniques we employ at Century Chiropractic include:
Our Atlanta Chiropractor will design a customized chiropractic treatment plan best suited for you to get you fast, long lasting relief from pinched nerves and other spinal issues.
Don’t let your pain go untreated, as it only tends to get worse and becomes harder to treat the longer it is ignored. Come and see why we’ve become a top choice for chiropractic care in Atlanta—call 404-634-1699 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Jared Simon today.
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