Our College Park chiropractors treat patients every day for pain that derives from their lower extremities or ankles, hips, and knees. Before deciding to follow through with invasive surgery or a lifetime supply of prescription medications, consider contacting AICA College Park for treatment.
Common Types of Ankle, Hip, and Knee Pain
Chronic conditions that affect the lower extremity area of your body often comprise of soft and hard tissues in your ankles, hips, and knees. Such conditions are often caused by ongoing stress or pressure applied to these areas, sudden accidents or blunt trauma.
Common Conditions That Contribute To Hip Pain
Your hips are responsible for absorbing the impact of your movements, as well as controlling your mobility. Sudden accident injuries or dysfunction that develops over time can cause significant, sharp pain that includes numbness, tingling, and weakness.
Some of the most common hip conditions our College Park chiropractors treat include:
Common Conditions That Contribute To Knee Pain
The knees are vulnerable to damage or injuries because of how sensitive the muscles, cartilage, and ligaments that surround them are. Pain and other uncomfortable conditions are often caused by:
- Degenerative tissue
- ACL strain/tears
- MCL strain/tears
Common Conditions That Contribute To Ankle Pain
Ankle pain is often caused by some strain or sprain. Some of the most common ankle conditions our chiropractors treat include:
- Shin splints
- Plantar fasciitis
- Bone spurs
Chiropractic Treatment For Ankle, Hip, and Knee Pain
If you are suffering from pain that exists in your ankles, hips, or knees, our College Park chiropractors can diagnose the source of the issue and develop a personalized treatment plan that aligns with the unique properties of your symptoms. Using a combination of conventional techniques like manual adjustments and stabilization exercises, we can help improve your mobility, reduce your pain, and increase your range of motion in just a few sessions or less.
In some cases, a brace may be recommended to keep your muscles in place, as well as to help absorb the impact of your movements. In both instances, you should contact our College Park chiropractic clinic to schedule a free consultation to learn more about your treatment options or an examination to diagnose the source of your condition.
Call us today at (404) 592-0319 to speak with one of our staff members about scheduling a same-week appointment.