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Acute and chronic upper back pain can make the easiest of tasks hard to perform. Upper back pain is an all too common complaint that can be effectively addressed with chiropractic. Our team applies non-invasive therapeutic treatments to reduce sudden or persistent upper back pain naturally. Understand more about our upper back pain treatments today.
Are you regularly suffering from middle back pain below your neck and above the bottom of your rib cage? Referred to as the thoracic spine, this is one of the most common areas to experience chronic pain and a common reason why patients seek treatment with a chiropractor.
When you consider that 80 percent of Americans have had (or will have) trouble with back pain, you can understand why this painful symptom accounts for some 264 million lost workdays each year. When you suffer from agonizing pain toward the base of your spine, you can’t do physical labor or even manage many sedentary office tasks, much less enjoy a comfortable productive home life. The good news is that you don’t have to let lower back pain keep you down, nor do you need surgery or painkiller to stop it. Chiropractic treatment can help you conquer your lower back pain.
Did you know that chiropractic care can help with headaches and neck pain? Headaches and neck pain can be caused by inflammation in the neck and misaligned vertebrae. Since chiropractic care seeks to correct subluxations, which are small misalignments of the vertebrae, it can help reduce the frequency and severity of tension headaches, migraines, neck pain, and stiffness. At McLaughlin Chiropractic Center, we can locate the source or causes of your pain and provide the right treatment to restore your mobility!
Shoulder and clavicle pain can be experienced by people of all ages. Your chiropractor can treat shoulder and clavicle pain using a variety of methods. If you or a loved one suffers from either shoulder or clavicle pain or discomfort, read on to learn more.
Pain in the elbow, hand, and wrist can be sharp and acute, or dull and chronic. Often, it can impair a person’s ability to perform activities like driving, cooking, or writing. When the pain persists, a visit to a medical professional may become necessary. McLaughlin Chiropractic Center offers tailored treatment programs to reduce discomfort, and improve range of motion in the elbow, hand, and wrist. Learn more about chiropractic therapy for the elbow, hand, and wrist today.