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Your wrists and elbows are integral parts of your body. These include nerves, muscles, joints, and bones which can become damaged over time from overuse, aging, or even injuries. If you have a wrist or elbow injury, it may be easy to overlook it at first because the pain may come and go or immobilize the area for the time being. That said, if the pain persists for more than a few weeks, you should consider seeing a chiropractor in Austin TX for chiropractic care.
There are many injuries and medical conditions associated with the wrists and elbows that can cause long-term pain, discomfort, and other symptoms. These are:
There are plenty of causes of such injuries. Some of these, such as tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow, are repetitive motion injuries. By repeating the same kinds of hand or wrist motions over and over for a prolonged period, you could end up with pain.
Other conditions are caused by nerve damage, such as carpal tunnel syndrome. With this, a nerve in the wrist gets pinched, leading to feelings of numbness and pain in most of the fingers and the wrist.
Symptoms may vary as well. In the above conditions, pain is the most recurrent symptom. You may also feel pins and needles or numbness, which is indicative of nerve damage. With other injuries, you may have swelling and tenderness. Immobility may also occur, especially if you have tennis elbow or golfer’s elbow.
Your chiropractor can determine the best course of treatment for your wrist or elbow injury. If you do indeed have a repetitive motion injury, you will have to curtail the activity you do that exacerbates this injury.
Nerve damage in the hands or wrists can be treated with chiropractic care, as your chiropractor can lessen the pressure on the nerve. Pain management may be beneficial for those with wrist fractures, tendonitis, and other hand injuries. You may also undergo physical therapy to work through the pain and rebuild the damaged muscles.
If you have repetitive motion injuries like wrist or elbow injuries and you need chiropractic care, come to the Chiropractic Offices of Roy A. Logan, DC, your Austin TX chiropractor. Whether you had an auto accident or a slip and fall, we can treat your wrist and elbow pain.
Dr. Logan, our chiropractor, also treats pain associated with sports injuries, auto accidents, and more. Our chiropractic services are electrical stimulation therapy, therapeutic treatment, leg pain care, nutritional counseling, chiropractic care, manual exercises, spinal remodeling, and numbness care.
Please call us at (512) 215-3256 to set up an appointment or come to the Chiropractic Offices of Roy A. Logan, DC on 12345 North Lamar Boulevard, Suite 137.