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Chiropractic Treats Radicular Pain After Car Crashes

North County St. Louis, MO Chiropractic Therapy Treats Radicular Pain After Auto Injury

An auto crash can cause radicular issues, which is pain that emits out from the site of the injury. The problems may be caused by several reasons, including damage to the spinal ligaments, a bulging disc, or inflammation of the spine.

The anatomy of radicular pain can be convoluted, but mostly, it is caused by pressure on the nerves that run along your spine. Your spinal nerves are what allows your brain to communicate with your body, so it's vital to make sure those pathways are working right.

Radiating pain can interfere with a person's life in a number of ways. The problem may make it tough to rest, to concentrate, or to participate in everyday activities. In some cases, the pain may be so awful that the person is not able to work or even leave the house.

Research Shows That Chiropractic Care Can Help!

Chiropractic Adjustments has been shown to be an effective treatment for radicular discomfort. By restoring the normal function of the spine, chiropractic therapy can help to relieve the pressure on the nerves that is causing radicular pain.

Chiropractic helps by gently adjusting the spine to better alignment and lighten pressure on the nerves. This helps the body to heal naturally and can provide relief from radicular soreness.

If you are troubled by radicular pain, give our North County St. Louis, MO office a call today at (314) 867-8888. We'll do everything we can to help you get and stay free from radicular pain. We would be happy to help you find relief!


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July 03, 2023
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Dr. Holland

We have a long-standing track record or helping people get out of pain with chiropractic care. Whether you were injured last week, or have been suffering from chronic pain for years - It might only take one visit to our office in Downtown Saint Louis, MO to get you back on the path to everyday health.