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Lower Extremity Pain

Lower Extremity Pain

Aches in the knee, ankles, and foot are the types of symptoms that most patients do not know can be relative to the spine. The spinal column, including the vertebrae and all of the surrounding nerves and tissues, is directly connected to almost every part of the body. The lower extremity pain that you are experiencing could easily be a reason to stop in and see our chiropractic team for help.

Understanding Lower Extremity Pain and Your Spine

back pain, lower extremities, Oviedo chiropractorIf there is tension in the spine, it can greatly inhibit movement in the pelvis, preventing it from moving and rotating normally. Additionally, general back pain can affect the way you walk, stand, and perform regular everyday activities. This can put a great deal of pressure on the hips as you walk and move, as well as your knees when you step and bend, and even cause pain on your ankles and feet. Your muscles in the lower extremities will work hard to compensate where strength from the back is lacking. This will cause you to move abnormally in order to alleviate the pain and pressure on your back. Everything from plantar fasciitis in the feet to hip displacement can point to serious issues pertaining to problems with your back.

How our Oviedo Chiropractic Can Help Lower Extremity Pain

When you schedule an appointment with us at Synergy Oviedo Chiropractic, your symptoms will be assessed thoroughly by our team who will determine if your spine has been contributing to the pain you have been experiencing. We will use a treatment plan that coincides with the conditions that we find, whether it is excess spinal nerve pressure or otherwise. This may include general adjustments, spinal manipulations, and even alternative forms of treatment, such as sensory therapy or help with weight loss.

Issues with your spine can be painful and agitating to deal with but you must be proactive about your health and seek help when possible. There are instances when spinal issues are diagnosed as something completely different such as lower extremity pain. We advise you to consult our Oviedo doctors so we can get to root of your pain as soon as possible. Contact our offices to schedule an appointment and find the relief that you have been needing!

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