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Arthritis Treatment


Arthritis can impact your mobility as its effects change how you work and perform everyday tasks. It can even affect your mental well-being as you cope with the debilitating symptoms of the condition. Chiropractic care can alleviate pain caused by arthritis. It can even help you pinpoint the causes of your pain and learn to manage the condition so you can resume your everyday activities.

LifeClinic aims to restore, maintain, and optimize human function through its chiropractic services. Our chiropractic treatments are designed to help your body heal naturally and work at its best. Our dedicated chiropractors will guide you through your recovery — from your first visit to your future treatments.

At LifeClinic, we help patients discover risk factors and root causes of their pain through a variety of medical tests. Our chir opractic experts will also work with you on a plan to prevent or recover from your injuries and support better health. We focus on the relationship between the structure and function of your joints and improve it to help you heal.

Our chiropractors will also assess your condition as you undergo treatment. Regular assessments help us ensure you’re following your treatment plan and address any issues you might face. Through these tests, you can see your progress towards optimal health and wellness.


Treat Arthritis with Chiropractic Care & Physical Therapy

Patients visit a chiropractor or physical therapist when they experience pain, poor posture or limited mobility. They also see one when they want to avoid injuries or relieve pain. Chiropractic care and physical therapy offer a wealth of benefits, especially to arthritis patients. Let’s look at how this treatment option can help you manage arthritis and recover smoothly.

Chiropractic treatment for various types of arthritis

People often think that chiropractic care is just for neck and back conditions; however, it can also help with osteoarthritis and other forms of arthritis.

Chiropractors will recommend a specific treatment for your needs and your type of arthritis. They may help you prevent muscle spasms or ease swelling through gentle chiropractic manipulation. Some chiropractors can also use active exercises or traction to gradually stretch your joints and improve your range of motion. These exercises help stop joint and soft tissue restrictions and allow for the restoration of human function. They help improve the synergy among your joints, nerves, and muscles, too.

Physical therapy for arthritis helps improve joint health and mobility

Physical therapy exercises can help alleviate joint pain and other arthritis symptoms. These exercises can help loosen stiff joints and decrease spine and joint misalignments. Our physical therapy treatments focus not only on reducing the swelling of joints but also restoring their mobility and function.

Plus, our treatments can help:

  • Minimize pain and discomfort
  • Improve your range of motion
  • Increase activity and lifestyle
  • Chiropractic care and physical therapy can help support arthritis patients in several ways
  • Chiropractic and physical therapy treatments focus on giving patients better joint mobility and helping them move better. Manual adjustments to one or multiple joints and corrective exercises can help you achieve these goals.

Our experts can also recommend lifestyle changes to patients — dieting advice, modified sleep schedules, and other ideal recommendations. These changes can positively impact your overall health and wellness.

Manage your arthritis symptoms better with the help of LifeClinic

Easing arthritis pain and discomfort starts with self-care and non-invasive treatment. We help patients with new or pre-existing conditions manage their symptoms and maintain joint health. Before starting your treatment, we will discuss your needs and specific situation. We will also evaluate your health to ensure your safety during treatment. After your medical exam, a chiropractor or physical therapist will recommend ideal and personalized solutions for your condition.

Frequently Asked Questions

Arthritis is the swelling and inflammation of one or more joints. It describes around 200 conditions affecting the joints, their surrounding tissues, and other connective tissues.

Arthritis is a rheumatic condition that covers pain, aching, stiffness, and swelling in and around joints. It can also decrease one’s range of motion and alter their joints.

Arthritis symptoms can slowly or suddenly develop in one or multiple joints. But many forms of arthritis might cause symptoms in organs other than joints — including fever, weight loss, and fatigue. Fortunately, these rheumatic conditions and their symptoms are treatable.

The following causes can lead to arthritis:

  • Injury
  • Irregular metabolism
  • Inheritance
  • Infections
  • Immune system dysfunction

These can cause certain forms of arthritis, including degenerative arthritis, gout, osteoarthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis.

Medical experts can link most rheumatic conditions to a combination of factors. But some types can unexpectedly emerge without any visible causes.

Also, some people might develop specific arthritis types genetically. They can get a higher risk of arthritis when past injuries, infections, and other factors interact with their genes.

Medical experts have identified around 200 types of arthritis. These conditions range from those causing cartilage damage to inflammatory conditions.

Doctors have divided the various types of arthritis into the following categories:

  • Inflammatory arthritis
  • Degenerative or mechanical arthritis
  • Soft tissue musculoskeletal pain
  • Back pain
  • Connective tissue disease
  • Infectious arthritis
  • Metabolic arthritis

Common types of arthritis include osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.

Yes. Chiropractors can help you treat various types of arthritis. They can identify these conditions and work with you to create the right plan for each affected area. Chiropractors will help you with mobility and other challenges you might encounter through various methods. Physical therapists can also help you ease some of the symptoms of arthritis, allowing you to do daily tasks with minimal pain and discomfort.

Other services we offer

At LifeClinic, our approach to treatment is centered on helping you maintain, restore, and optimize your body’s overall function.

We address various pain symptoms including acute pain, chronic pain, and pain caused by an injury or underlying condition.

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