Chiropractic Care Helps You Get Pain Relief
Spending too much time in a chair or pushing your body to its limit through physical activity puts you at risk of neck pain, back pain, and shoulder pain. Sometimes you experience all these things because your body is out of alignment and your muscles are not compensating for the unevenness.
It is time to seek out chiropractic care and get pain relief from Dr. Gary Martin, Irvine Chiropractor. Chiropractic treatment seeks to restore your natural alignments, relieve pressure on your nerves and get you moving again without worrying about pain.
Common Causes of Pain in Your Back, Neck, and Shoulder
Musculoskeletal pain is frequently caused by overuse or repetitive motions of a certain joint or part of the body. Sometimes that motion requires the use of one side of your body only and results in unevenness in how your muscles work, or your muscles pull your joints and vertebrae out of alignment. If you spend a lot of time on your computer or exercising frequently, you can get a condition known as tech neck syndrome which causes neck pain. Your spine compresses causing back pain, and you can also experience shoulder pain due to the repetitive movements.
Why You Should See a Chiropractor When Your Body is Sore
Seeing the doctor is one option for pain relief, but you might not get the full resolution of your soreness. Chiropractic treatment involves a hands-on examination to find the source of the pain and decide upon the appropriate adjustments. The chiropractor seeks to release trapped joints and tissues to reduce inflammation and make it comfortable for you to move the affected area without pain. It can take multiple visits to the chiropractor for long-term pain relief, but you will start to see improvement after your first visit.
Call Dr. Martin Today!
Dr. Gary Martin, our Irvine Chiropractor, offers chiropractic care for a variety of pain issues. Give us a call today to set up an appointment and find out how Dr. Martin can help you feel better through a treatment plan that addresses and resolves your specific pain issues.