At NuView Health Medical, our team challenges our community members to take a second look at chiropractic care. After all, our Manhattan chiropractor, our doctors, can help you with much more than a painful back or neck! For instance, many of our doctors’ patients are New Yorkers who are suffering from acute or chronic ankle pain.
Arthritis is a broad term that describes dozens of different types of joint inflammation and irritation. The most well-known types of arthritis, including osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, commonly affect the ankle joint. Arthritis can occur due to a variety of reasons, including a history of joint injury, family history, and lifestyle.
There are several important ligaments in and around your ankle joint that are necessary for both ankle stability and mobility. These ligaments can become injured in slips, trips, falls, and even auto or work-related accidents and cause swelling, ankle instability, and pain. If left untreated, these ligaments can eventually lead to decreased mobility and scar tissue formation.
Chronic and repetitive strain on the ankles (especially if the person has postural abnormalities or body mechanics that place excessive pressure through the ankle) can lead to muscle inflammation, damage, and pain.
When you come to see our chiropractor near Midtown New York, take comfort knowing that you are in the care of a compassionate team who pledges to deliver the best possible care that is appropriate for your unique needs. For ankle pain, our doctors have found that several of his comprehensive services can be effective, including:
Serving Rockefeller, Midtown, Manhattan, and surrounding New York communities, our doctors of chiropractic, are honored to be a leading provider of evidence-based, customized, comprehensive, and natural pain management solutions for ankle pain and a variety of other conditions. To make an appointment at our state-of-the-art chiropractic center, call NuView Health Medical today at (212) 588-0707.
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