Here in Madison, CT at Coastal Chiropractic we specialize in dealing with degenerative and arthritic conditions on a regular basis. Whether you are experiencing neck pain, low back pain, shoulder pain, or hip pain our mission is to get you back on your feet living the life you deserve.
When we think of arthritis, the first thing that comes to mind is degeneration due to old age. We have been fed this information since we were young. Is this truly the real reason people suffer from arthritic pain or are their certain predisposing factors that speed the process along? Studies show that increased activity decreases your chances of arthritic changes no matter what age. How could this be? Isn’t arthritis due to degeneration because we are getting old? Actually, arthritis and the pain associated are due to spinal subluxations. In Madison, CT we get these conditions addressed efficiently by eliminating subluxations and restoring joint function in the neck, low back, shoulder, and hip.
To better understand if you may be experiencing arthritis; let’s go through some of the signs and symptoms. Arthritis no matter where in the spine will present with localized dull and achy pain. The most common regions to be effected with arthritis are the neck, low back, and hips. Depending on your job, you may be predisposed in other regions such as the wrists, shoulders, elbows, knees, and ankles. At Coastal Chiropractic Madison, CT we see this everyday serving people in Killingworth CT, Clinton CT, Westbrook CT, Branford CT Old Saybrook CT and Guilford CT.
Now, let’s talk about why spinal subluxations are the root cause of arthritis which leads to low back pain, neck pain and how Chiropractic helps. A spinal subluxation is a joint that has lost its normal function and has become fixated. Without normal joint movement we begin to degenerate leading to arthritis and pain. Chiropractic care removes these subluxations, relieving arthritic symptoms, preventing the progression of degeneration, and allowing you to live your life to the fullest. Age is not the limiting factor, the health of your spine is! Get in the office and see how we can help your arthritic pain!