Extremity adjusting is a large component of Chiropractic education.  I personally have had much success working with these conditions through the years.


What are Extremities?

An extremity refers to areas of the body other than those related to the spine, such as: hands, wrists, elbows, shoulders, knees, ankles and feet. Most people don\'t realize that chiropractors are fully trained in assessing and treating extremities. There are numerous adjusting techniques that are often required to regain full joint mobility of these structures. Unfortunately this is often overlooked in many clinical settings which does not allow full functional return to the affected extremity. Make sure to let us know if you have any extremity joint issues.

How are they Adjusted/Treated?

Just like any other joint in the body the extremities have very specific functions and ranges of joint motion.  An assessment is made of the injured area and very specific adjustments and other recommendations are applied to facilitate full recovery.

Common Conditions Treated

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Tennis / Golfers Elbow
Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
Plantar Fasciitis
Ankle Sprains
Shoulder Adhesive Capsulitis