Benefits of chiropractic care for Arthritis

Increases immune function
Decreases unwanted inflammation
Improves overall movement of the spine and joints


Arthritis is an umbrella term used to describe more than 100 types of articular disorders. It can affect various parts of the body from fingers to knees to the cervical spine.

Arthritis generally presents with symptoms such as swelling (inflammation), pain, stiffness and loss of normal movement. The symptoms may come and go or be constant. While arthritis is generally found in the joints, it can affect organ function and irritate the skin. The causes of arthritis can vary from degenerative (osteoarthritis), inflammatory, autoimmune (rheumatoid), infectious, or metabolic (gout).

Many people have found relief from the chronic pain of arthritis with chiropractic care. Increasing the overall wellbeing and alignment of the spine and joints allows the body to function at a more optimal level generally decreasing the disabling symptoms that can affect activities of daily life.

What are the causes of Arthritis?

Genetic factors.
Overexertion of the joints (being overweight, sports injuries).

A Chiropractor can help with your migraines and headaches

1. Complete Chiropractic Exam

Including a complete orthopedic and neurological exam of your spine, extremities including arthritic joints.

2. Specific Chiropratic adjustments

These precised non-painful spinal adjustments are designed to eliminate pressure on your pinched nerves, spine and joints

3. Correct alignment of the spine

By restoring the correct alignment of the spine and spinal curvature this will relax the ligaments and muscles of the spine which arthritic pain.

4. Postural and ergonomic advice

Proper advice on how to sitting and moving is essential for a healthier spine.

Studies show: Chiropractic care can help people with Arthritis

Reference from Ann Intern Med.


“63% of people who visited a rheumatologist for osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia conditions also sought some form of “complementary and alternative medicine (CAM).” Chiropractic was not only the most sought after form of CAM for those patients, but it was also among those found to be most helpful for these conditions.”


“Seventy-three percent of patients who had tried chiropractic care (33 of 45) found it to be helpful,”