Can Chiropractic Care Relieve Chronic Pain?

Can Chiropractic Care Relieve Chronic Pain In Little Rock?

Can Chiropractic Care Relieve Chronic Pain?

Pain is always a distressing experience -- but for the countless individuals suffering from chronic pain due to a longstanding injury or illness, the distress never seems to end. Fortunately, today's pain sufferers do not have to numb themselves with narcotics or risk major surgery in the hope of seeking relief. Chiropractic care and other natural treatments can help bring your pain under control, effectively giving you back your ability to enjoy life.

Chronic pain differs from acute pain, which flares up in direct association with a specific health event and then goes away after your body has healed itself. It may appear seemingly out of nowhere, hitting you in recurring waves, or it may start as acute pain and then continue long after the injury or illness that started it has supposedly resolved itself. Chronic problems such as sciatica, migraines and fibromyalgia come and go, bringing pain, frustration and depression with them. You may shy away from exercise or favorite pastimes, and the lack of activity may cause your muscles to weaken and your symptoms to grow even worse.

Pain Care Associates of Little Rock Can Help you Feel Better

At Pain Care Associates we have fully qualified chiropractors and physical therapists on staff at the same location to ensure that we can address your pain management needs with a diverse and effective treatment portfolio. Unlike most Arkansas chiropractic offices we can address all your physical therapy and pain management needs in one convenient space. Even if we cannot cure your chronic health issue, we can work with you to isolate the direct cause of your pain and correct that problem, relieving discomfort for a substantial amount of time. Our chiropractor performs periodic adjustments on patients to help them cope with recurring spinal compression or misalignments. By guiding the vertebrae and vertebral discs back into their rightful position, we can relieve nerve pressure and pain as frequently as needed to keep your symptoms under control. Physical therapy can strengthen the muscles that support to spine to help keep things aligned for a longer period between adjustments. Fibromyalgia patients benefit from adjustments, massage and other therapies that improve nerve function, release knotted muscles and allow inflammatory substances to exit the tissues. Get relief for your chronic pain condition today -- contact Pain Care Associates!

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Pain Care Associates

8801 West Markham Street
Little Rock, AR 72205

(501) 223-3314