Any kind of pain — whether it’s acute pain caused by injury, chronic pain, or pain caused by an underlying condition — affects how you live your daily life, preventing you from reaching your full potential. If you want to seek treatment, there are non-invasive procedures you can try to put an end to such pain.
Are you searching for non-surgical treatments, or perhaps you don’t want to depend on painkillers to manage discomfort? Get help from LifeClinic’s trained specialists and go through our chiropractic adjustments, physical therapy, and rehabilitation services.
During the session, our chiropractors use their hands or small instruments to apply sudden and controlled pressure to the affected area. This type of procedure can correct misaligned bones, muscles, and joints and alleviate pain.
Here at LifeClinic of St. Louis Park, we aim to restore, maintain, and optimize human function by improving our patients’ mobility. Before anything else, you’ll undergo medical tests, such as radiography, blood work, and neurological exams. We’ll also ask about your diet and lifestyle. This way, we can create an effective treatment plan that suits your lifestyle. Some conditions we treat are neck pain, runner’s knee, muscle strain, and more. If you’re looking for a St. Louis Park chiropractor, you can trust us to be your partner to recovery.
During this procedure, chiropractors use their hands or a small appliance to apply a controlled yet abrupt force to the spinal column. In turn, you can experience pain-free mobility and maintain the correct posture.
Through varied techniques, this chiropractic approach can loosen tight muscles around the hip area to relieve chronic hip pain. Hip alignment also helps patients improve balance.
Although more common in adults, children also experience back pain. During a back alignment procedure, chiropractors apply a sudden force to your backbone to relieve lower and upper back pain. This way, you can sit and stand for long periods easily.
Those who have given birth and or been injured commonly experience tailbone pain. During this chiropractic procedure, we gently manipulate the affected bone, called the coccyx.
Full Body Adjustment
Unlike the procedures mentioned above, a full body adjustment aims to relieve pain in all parts of the body. Hence, this procedure tends to take longer than the others. A series of full body adjustments aim to correct posture, improve sleep quality, and ease overall discomfort.
Holistic and Preventive Adjustments
At LifeClinic of St. Louis Park, we offer holistic care through our individualized treatment plans that focus on preventive care. This means you can still seek the help of our chiropractors even if you don’t have any chronic conditions. For example, we can help you prevent an underlying condition from getting worse.
Our therapists use their hands to apply force or massage the affected area. This way, you can experience relief from pain and discomfort. Other benefits include relaxation and reduced inflammation. Through different techniques and varying pressures, manual therapy can help you stretch muscles better, increase circulation, and improve range of motion.
Physical Therapy Modalities
Some of our physical therapy modalities involve the use of machines and gadgets to help in pain management. For example, our therapists can use heating pads to soothe injured body parts. In some cases, we use ice packs to reduce blood flow and manage swelling.
Apart from our chiropractic care and physical therapy services, we also encourage our patients to exercise. At LifeClinic of St. Louis Park, we will monitor your recovery and recommend low-impact activities. We will also advise and teach you when and how to perform these exercises.
Unlike therapeutic exercises, functional training aims to improve strength, increase flexibility, and enhance your range of motion. This kind of treatment plan is recommended for recovering athletes and those who want to become stronger without being held back by their condition.
An accident can affect a person’s mental and physical health. At LifeClinic of St. Louis Park, we help speed up your recovery without compromising your overall well-being. Some of the conditions we treat include whiplash, strains, sprains, and other musculoskeletal conditions.
Athletic activities are a rewarding pastime and, for some people, part of their work. However, unfortunate events sometimes lead to sports-related accidents. Should you experience chronic pain due to sports, don’t hesitate to reach out to our therapists and chiropractors.
Most work-related injuries include muscle and joint trauma, sprains, and strains. We offer non-invasive treatments for such conditions so you can go back to your daily activities.
Pre- and Post-Operative Care
In some cases, going through a surgery is a must. However, this type of operation could also take a toll on your body. A personalized rehabilitation program can aid you in achieving a speedy and healthy recovery. In the same way, it can also help prepare your body before undergoing surgery.
Apart from our chiropractic adjustments, rehabilitation services, and physical therapy, we also offer a special therapeutic procedure for our patients.
Dry cupping requires the use of numerous suctions to relieve pain and discomfort due to sore muscles and joints. Our therapists will leave the cups on top of your skin for several minutes to help improve your body’s circulation.
This non-invasive procedure helps relieve pain symptoms related to low back pain, arthritis, shoulder pain, neck pain, and other conditions. Due to the pressure from the cups, you might notice circular marks left behind on the affected area. But there’s no need for you to worry since these marks will fade after a few days.
During dry needling, monofilament needles penetrate the skin to stimulate muscle tissue. The needles are placed in various trigger points to address neuromusculoskeletal pain and movement impairments. No liquid is involved during the process.
Shockwave therapy is a non-invasive treatment method that promotes blood vessel and bone cell regeneration. The procedure releases high-energy sound waves to restore blood flow and encourage long-term soft tissue healing.
Since general pain usually doesn’t respond to usual management strategies, it is important to seek non-invasive remedies for the following conditions:
- Repetitive Stress Disorder
- Chronic Joint & Muscle Pain
- Growing Pains
- Sprains / Strains
Lower Back Pain
Lower back pain may be caused by an underlying medical condition, like scoliosis and stenosis. Sometimes, poor posture and prolonged sitting may also trigger this condition.
- Low back pain
- Disc herniation
- Lower crossed syndrome
- Degenerative disc disease
Hip pain is a debilitating condition that can affect your daily life. Should you experience localized discomfort around the hip area, contact LifeClinic of St. Louis Park.
- Hip pain
- Hip impingement
- Piriformis syndrome
- Hip arthritis
Arthritis is one of the main causes of knee pain. Athletes who participate in contact sports also experience this type of discomfort. Regardless of the origin, chiropractic adjustments can help alleviate its adverse effects.
- Runner’s knee
- Jumper’s knee
- Patellofemoral syndrome
- Meniscus tear
- Osgood Schlatter
- Knee arthritis
Foot and Ankle Pain
Foot and ankle pain prevents patients from walking and performing daily activities. Hence, it is advisable to try chiropractic and physical therapy for the following musculoskeletal illnesses:
- Plantar fasciitis
- Ankle sprain
Prolonged use of computers could contribute to improper posture. However, neck pain is also associated with the following conditions:
- Tension headaches
- Upper crossed syndrome
Do you experience tingling and burning sensations in your shoulder? It could be a sign of chronic shoulder pain due to an injury or underlying condition. If you’re seeking treatment, here are some of the conditions that chiropractic care can help with:
- Shoulder impingement
- Thoracic outlet
Here at LifeClinic of St. Louis Park, we help alleviate discomfort caused by elbow pain and other related conditions.
- Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis)
- Golfer’s elbow (medial epicondylitis)
Hand and Wrist Pain
People use their hands and wrist most of the time, which makes them prone to injuries. Should you experience chronic hand and wrist pain, you can turn to chiropractic adjustment and therapy to manage your condition.
- Carpal Tunnel
- Wrist sprain