When you have osteoarthritis, making even simple movements can be very painful. This condition can affect your back and other joints, which can interfere with your usual activities. If you have not been able to find relief for this condition from conventional treatments, our chiropractic doctor in NYC can help. At NuView Health Medical, we will create a treatment plan to help you manage pain from this chronic condition.
Osteoarthritis develops when the cartilage in your joints becomes worn down, which allows the bones in your joint to grind against each other. These movements create friction that can lead to inflammation in the affected joints. Your risk of having this chronic condition is higher as you get older, especially if you have had joint injuries in the past.
When you have osteoarthritis, it typically causes mild to severe soreness in one or more joints. You might also have tenderness when you put pressure on the affected joints. Other symptoms include joint stiffness, a restricted range of motion and the development of bone spurs.
Chiropractic adjustments can help ease pain from osteoarthritis. At NuView Health Medical, we offer chiropractic care in Manhattan that includes adjustments to realign the bones in your joint. Ensuring that they are properly aligned helps relieve pain and stiffness while also promoting better blood flow and natural healing. Our chiropractor might recommend including other treatments in your treatment plan for even more effective relief.
You might also benefit from having physical therapy in NYC at NuView Health Medical. Our physical therapist will have you do stretches and other exercises that improve your range of motion and make your muscles stronger. These exercises are an important part of managing pain from osteoarthritis and preventing it from getting worse.
If you have chronic pain from osteoarthritis, please contact our chiropractor near Rockefeller Center. We can provide adjustments, massage therapy and other treatments to ease the pain in your neck, back, and other joints.
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