Fibromyalgia is a chronic disease that affects every aspect of an individual’s life from work, family and daily housekeeping tasks to exercise and nutrition. Our Scottsdale chiropractor Dr. Daniel P. Secrest, DC can evaluate your symptoms and create a treatment regimen that will reduce your pain and help you lead a more active and normal life.
Fibromyalgia Pain Relief
While fibromyalgia is extremely painful, the pain can be lessened with chiropractic care. Dr. Secrest, DC provides fibromyalgia pain relief with chiropractic adjustments and massage. Our approach to wellness involves treating more than your symptoms. We seek to identify the underlying causes of your pain and address the injuries and ailments while reducing the symptoms and associated pain. Chiropractic adjustments are effective at realigning the vertebrae so that the nerves, soft tissues and bones in the back function properly.
Massage therapy is great for relaxing your body and mind while reducing your muscle, soft tissue and ligament pain. The slow, rhythmic movements and pressure help reduce tight and sore spots in the muscles, break up scar tissue, facilitate body-wide relaxation and promote the release of lactic acid, which causes muscle soreness after strenuous activities. Massage even reduces the symptoms of depression and anxiety.
Pain Management with our Chiropractor in Scottsdale
Our chiropractor in Scottsdale provides pain management services to individuals who are experiencing acute and chronic pain. Acute pain is characterized by a sudden onset of localized pain in a joint or muscle. It is typically caused by an injury. Chronic pain can be localized or widespread and is characterized by pain that lasts longer than three months.
Our chiropractor can help you reduce and manage your pain without the need for surgery. In fact, many of the individuals that walk through our doors experience enough of a reduction in pain that they are able to reduce their reliance on over-the-counter and prescription pain medications.
Are you ready to try chiropractic care for relief of your fibromyalgia pain?