Free Your Joints: Find Relief from Joint Pain
Joint pain can be a frustrating and debilitating condition, making even the simplest daily tasks feel like a challenge. Whether you're an athlete looking to get back in the game, or simply trying to manage the pain of everyday movements, finding relief can seem like an impossible task. But don't despair! Our team of experienced professionals is here to help. We offer a range of advanced therapies and techniques to address the root cause of your joint pain and help you get back to doing the things you love.
What Causes Joint Pain?
Joint pain can develop from a variety of causes, some result in immediate discomfort while others may develop more slowly. Some of the leading causes of joint pain include:
Injury, including sports injuries or accidents
Overuse, which may develop over time
Arthritis, such as osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis
Other medical conditions, including gout, lupus, and fibromyalgia
The majority of this joint pain is caused by inflammation. Inflammation is a natural response of the body's immune system to injury or infection, and it can cause swelling, redness, warmth, and pain. When inflammation is chronic, it can lead to tissue damage and further exacerbate joint pain.
Potential Treatment Options
Dr. Madison understands that joint pain can be a debilitating condition, and takes a personalized approach to assess your unique injury and determine the most effective treatment options. Our state-of-the-art clinic offers a variety of advanced therapies and techniques to address the root cause of your pain and promote healing. From sports injuries to workplace accidents, our experienced team can help you get back to your active lifestyle. Explore some of the examples below to see how we can help you recover from joint pain.
Advanced technology used for adjusting, can provide pinpoint and gentle relief for joint pain.
EMS (Electrical Muscle Stimulation)
EMS decreases muscle tension while increasing blood flow surrounding the joint.
Advanced technology to target muscular problems causing associated joint pain.
Hot and cold packs are frequently used with other techniques to provide more targeted relief.
Traditional adjustment for releasing your joints and getting it moving freely again.
Muscle scrapping technique used to decrease scar tissue formation around the joints and surrounding muscles.