Omaha, Nebraska Arthritis CareSee how Dr. Emily Gartner can help you with arthritis pain
One out of five U.S. adults will face an arthritis diagnosis at some point in their life. And although most people think of it as a condition that only affects older people, almost two-thirds are actually younger than 65. This makes addressing this issue critical, and one effective option to consider is chiropractic care. Dr. Emily Gartner has helped many folks in Omaha get relief from arthritis pain, and might be able help you, too.
Chiropractic is Great for Arthritis
Arthritis is characterized by pain, stiffness, and swelling in and around the joints. Of course, this generally limits your range of motion and you may find it more difficult to do the these you once did with relative ease. However, after just 12 weeks of chiropractic adjustments, some patients have experienced major improvements in their range of motion, balance, and speed. Chiropractic has also been shown to reduce inflammation. Therefore, this particular treatment remedy helps arthritis sufferers in many different ways.
Chiropractic can definitely help with arthritis, making it a great way to ease the suffering both on an individual basis and for the nation as a whole.
Dr. Emily Gartner has years of experience helping people with a variety of health problems. If you're near our office in Omaha, Nebraska, give us a call today at (402) 210-2212 for more information.
You can also read more information on our site to learn more about the benefits of chiropractic care.
- Arthritis. (2015, July 22). Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Retrieved from http://www.cdc.gov/chronicdisease/resources/publications/aag/arthritis.htm
- Strunk R & Hanses M. (2011, March). Chiropractic care of a 70-year-old female patient with hip osteoarthritis. Journal of Chiropractic Medicine 2011;10(1):54-59.