Our Ralston Chiropractic Care facility has helped thousands of clients, and over the years I have noticed that chiropractic care is becoming the first choice of relief for a variety of health issues. More people today than ever before are turning to chiropractic care as it does not involve the use of drugs or surgery to relieve pain or injury. As a Ralston and Omaha Chiropractor, I offer chiropractic services that can help treat major or minor pains and aliments like back pain, personal injury along with sinuses and everything in-between.
Throughout the year we assist people with many injuries related to yard duties. During the Fall and Winter months, shoulder pain, neck pain and especially lower back pain, are common trends due to patients raking leaves, shoveling driveways or slipping on a driveway. As a Ralston and Omaha Chiropractor, I see an increase of appointments with my clients located in Ralston, La Vista and Omaha after raking the fall leaves in the yard or shoveling the drive way from a snowfall. When experiencing a pain in your shoulder or neck after yard duties it is recommended to make an appointment immediately to determine if the cause is an over use injury or something more severe. Symptoms are the last thing to show up and the first thing to go away when your body is not well, regardless of the treatment you are receiving. It is important to know what is causing the shoulder pain to ensure the pain in not being caused by an irritated nerve in the neck or shoulder, pain development from the rotor cuff from a strain or possible tear. At times it is determined that the pain started at the neck and has radiated into the shoulder.
As a Ralston and Omaha Chiropractor, I will perform an evaluation to uncover the underlying cause of the pain and execute the recommended manipulations to relieve the pain. Chiropractic Manipulations can immediately relieve pressure that is causing the pain and let you carry on with your everyday life. Living a healthy well balanced life that includes ongoing chiropractic care and exercise will help reduce the chances of a seasonal injury.
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