Extremity Pain

Your arms and legs are one of the most valuable tools you have for play, work, and interaction with loved ones. When you have knee or hip, shoulder or elbow malfunction or pain, your daily activities can be stopped or slowed. Hand and arm pain can make it difficult to hold your loved ones and do everyday tasks. Our goal here at Sapphire Chiropractic is to get you feeling better.

Causes of Elbow Pain

  • Arthritis
  • Bursitis
  • “Golfer’s Elbow”
  • “Mobile Phone Elbow”
  • “Tennis Elbow”
  • Tendinitis
  • Cervical Radiculopathy

Causes of Knee Pain

  • Arthritis
  • Bursitis
  • Obesity
  • Old Injuries
  • Incorrect Gait
  • Tendinitis
  • Sciatica

Leg Pain Treatment with Chiropractic

Sometimes the pain in your leg is actually coming from your pelvis or back! A very common condition causing leg pain is sciatica. Sciatica is caused from compression and irritation of the nerve roots within the lower lumbar and lumbosacral spine. Pelvic and lumbar joint misalignment can cause leg joint and muscle malfunction creating leg pain. With our evaluation process we find the source of your pain.

Our Process To Health

Sciatica
Pinched Nerve

Manipulation of Fingers, Hands, Toes and Ankles

Most pain in the extremities can be helped with chiropractic care. What is the most important is finding the true cause. Hand and foot pain can range from small annoyance to severe with loss of function. Conditions such as arthritis and sprain/strain can keep you from moving the way you want. Misalignment of the small bones and joints in your hands and feet can keep you from participating in the activities you love. Hand and foot pain could be coming from somewhere other than the place of pain. Come let us help you find and correct the source of your pain.

Chiropractic Techniques that help

Not only do we work with you to find the core issue, we match your diagnosis with the best treatment plan that will get you back to doing the things you love. We begin by getting to know you and your care goals. Next we’ll find your specific health history and current symptoms. Then perform a physical exam to reveal the main sources of your pain. This is known as the orthopedic and neurological exam. When necessary this exam will be accompanied by X-ray. With this information we can make a proper diagnosis along with a proper plan to help you reach your health goals. Come let us help improve your quality of life. Why wait? Call today.