A chiropractor can help you overcome foot and ankle problems that can cause additional problems in other structures: your legs, hips, lower back.
Can a chiropractor help with foot and ankle pain?
Chiropractic is very effective method of care for foot and ankle pain. The chiropractor will begin by assessing the patient’s source of pain and determine what is causing it. They may use x-rays, MRI, CT scan, and other types of diagnostic tools to help them select the best course or treatment.
Why do chiropractors look at your feet?
Chiropractors are trained to look at a patient’s entire body structure, and the foundation of that structure is the feet. Think of your body as a building. The way the building is put together is important, because it determines how it will hold up to stress and age.
Can flat feet be corrected?
Sometimes physical therapy can be used to correct flat feet if they’re the result of overuse injuries or poor form or technique. Usually, surgery isn’t needed for flat feet unless they’re caused a bone deformity or a tendon tear or rupture.
Should flat feet wear arch support?
Over-the-counter arch supports may help relieve the pain caused by flatfeet. Or your doctor might suggest custom-designed arch supports, which are molded to the contours of your feet. Arch supports won’t cure flatfeet, but they often reduce symptoms.
Can you get your feet adjusted?
Chiropractic is natural, corrects the root оf the problem and without the need оf toxic medications, injections, or surgeries. Chiropractic adjustments relieve foot pain and minimize further discomfort and compensations as well.
Can FEET be adjusted?
Chiropractic adjustments can be performed on many different joints, including the ankle and foot. While chiropractors do focus on the spine, many are trained in adjusting the extremities (arms and legs) as well as the TMJ joint (jaw).
Should I see a chiropractor for foot pain?
If you are troubled by chronic or recurrent foot pain and/or dysfunction, you would be wise to consult a chiropractor, who has experience relieving such pain and preventing it from causing even more painful and disabling joint, muscle, connective tissue, and nerve problems in other areas of your body.