Arm pain, elbow pain, leg pain and knee pain many times have one thing in common; the pain is caused by spinal problems or spinal injuries. Your arms and legs are also susceptible to a variety of injuries and pain due to the major muscles, nerves, veins, tendons, ligaments and joints that form our arms and legs as well as the frequency and sometimes harsh manner in which we use our arms and legs. Pain in your arms and legs can also be a signal for problems in other areas of your body. If you are experiencing consistent or sharp pain in any area of your arms or legs, it should be examined by a physician. For more than 20 years, the doctors at Baker Chiropractic have treated a wide variety of arm pain, elbow pain, leg pain and knee pain. We accurately identify the source of pain and perform effective chiropractic adjustments, physical therapy and massage treatments to resolve and decrease all types of arm pain, elbow pain, leg pain and knee pain.
Give us a call at (513) 561-2273 or Schedule an Appointment here on our website. We can help decrease your pain!
Arm pain is a symptom of numerous conditions. Arm pain could be the result of a muscle sprain, a broken bone, a pinched nerve, tendonitis or angina, just to name a few. Whatever the cause, arm pain can be uncomfortable and debilitating. Our thorough examinations will correctly diagnose the source of your pain. Once we know what the problem is, Baker Chiropractic will treat it.
Elbow pain is a by-product of a wide variety of injuries. Your elbow is a very complex joint that allows you to move your arm in nearly all directions. It is also an area of your arm where many bones, tendons, ligaments, nerves and veins interact. Three long bones meet at the elbow. Major muscle groups originate or terminate at the elbow including your biceps and triceps. Tendons and ligaments are attached to the elbow and nerves and veins travel through the elbow. Common elbow problems include the following:
Pain on the outside of the elbow.
Pain on the inside of the elbow.
Painful swelling on the back of the elbow.
Pain caused by inflammation of the tendons.
Pain caused by inflammation of a joint.
The main nerve in the elbow is called the ulnar nerve. It’s located in the soft spot just above the elbow. If this nerve is pinched, it’s hard to get your arm to move the way you want it to and you will feel pain down the arm through the hand and into your fingers. There are many nerves that run through the elbow that can become pinched and lead to different types of pain throughout your entire arm and hand.
With our long history of experience, Baker Chiropractic has seen all types and varieties of elbow pain. We know what diagnostic tests to perform to uncover the root cause of the pain. Then, we can implement the correct treatment program to decrease your elbow pain. This saves you time and money!
Leg pain can affect your ability to walk as well as your balance or stability. Just like your arm, your legs contain major muscles, bones, joints, tendons, ligaments, nerves and veins that all can become injured or strained which leads to pain. Leg cramping is a very common and painful condition. Typical causes of leg cramps are dehydration, nutrition deficiencies and excessive use but many other things can cause leg cramping including prescription medications. Many people try to tolerate leg pain and live with it. However, there’s a reason for the pain or the cramps. At Baker Chiropractic will find the reason and treat it.
Sciatica describes the pain that usually originates in your lower back and extends through your buttocks and down the large sciatic nerve in the back of your legs all the way down to your feet. Sciatica is commonly mistaken as a condition when, in fact, it’s a symptom signaling a problem involving the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve is the longest nerve in your body, so there could be any number of reasons why you are feeling pain. Sciatica is not only characterized by pain but also numbness, tingling and weakness. All which greatly impact your ability to sit, stand, walk and function. Sciatica is most common in adults between the ages of 30 and 50 and is a condition that typically develops over a period of time as opposed to being attributed to a single event like an accident. If you are experiencing the effects of sciatica, we may be able to help.
Give us a call at (513) 561-2273 or schedule an appointment here on our website anytime day or night.
There are solutions for all types of pain. Please give us a call at (513) 561-2273 or Schedule an Appointment at one of our three Cincinnati area office locations.
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