Top chiropractic care for people with sciatica pain in Charlotte, NC

Top chiropractic care is established on the basis that restricted movement of the spinal can lead to pain and reduced function. If you are having a piercing and shooting pain that runs from your lower back down to your legs, this is probably sciatica pain. While this pain can be debilitating, chiropractic care can relieve it gently and naturally. A chiropractor will examine and check your medical history to find the cause of the pain. Chiropractic care helps the body heal itself drug-free, this treatment entails treating pain with non-invasive, non-surgical treatment, and without harmful side effects. 

  • Chiropractic therapy massage: this is an intense way of relieving sciatica pain. It can induce deep muscle relaxation and the release of endorphins that act as natural painkillers. The chiropractor knows the whole musculoskeletal system and knows how and where to apply pressure to ensure that the healing process for your sciatica kicks off.   
  • Heat and cold therapies: chiropractors use cold and heat therapy to do wonders and provide quick relief from sciatica pain.  Your chiropractor understands which treatment is suitable for you so he knows what to do.
  • Chiropractic adjustments: this is a spinal manipulation to take pressure off the sciatic nerve and to allow a herniated disc to rest back into position. These adjustments will ease muscle spasms, free limited spinal movement, and restore misaligned vertebral discs which will help with long-term relief.

ChiroCarolina™ are spine care specialists who use natural and gentle techniques to treat pain. ChiroCarolina™ specializes in treating patients for chronic and acute pain, car accidents, and all kinds of injuries. ChiroCarolina®, one of Charlotte’s premier chiropractic clinics, is known throughout the Southeast for providing the best chiropractic care in the residential, NoDa, and college areas, conveniently located on North Tryon Street. Trust ChiroCarolina® in Charlotte:  visited by patients throughout the south:  North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Virginia, and Texas.

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