Pain in Shoulder, Elbow and Hand.

Shoulder Pain.

The shoulder is a very complicated joint which causes a lot of people problems.

It is vulnerable to injuries both because of it's large range of motion and its role in bracing falls.

After lacking success with anti-inflammatory tablets (NSAIDs) many try chiropractic,which works great for a wide variety of shoulder problems.

We often have excellent results with shoulder problems.


Elbow Pain.

The elbow is a hinge joint, with relatively little motion beyond flexing and extending. If there are no structural problems (fractures, dislocations, etc) chiropractic is an excellent choice for diagnosing and treating symtoms associated with the elbow.

Medial epicondylitis ("Golfer's Elbow") and Lateral epicondylitis ("Tennis Elbow") respond very well to chiropractic care.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

This problem arises from a combination of repetitive strain and wrist dysfunction, which causes a chronic inflamatory condition in the "carpal tunnel" in which the median nerve run. Correcting faulty function in the affected parts along with specific therapies will often relieve a significant amount - if not all- of the symptoms.