Can you help me with wrist pain?

Yes, Chiropractors work with every joint in the body

Chiropractic care can play a beneficial role in addressing wrist and hand pain by focusing on evaluating and treating the biomechanics of the wrist, hand, and associated structures. Chiropractors utilize manual techniques such as adjustments, mobilizations, and soft tissue therapies to improve joint alignment, reduce inflammation, and relieve muscle tension in the wrist and hand regions.

By addressing underlying issues such as misalignments, joint restrictions, and muscle imbalances, chiropractic care aims to restore proper function to the affected areas. This can help alleviate pain, improve mobility, and enhance overall wrist and hand function. Chiropractors may also provide patients with exercises, ergonomic recommendations, and lifestyle modifications to support long-term wrist and hand health, prevent repetitive strain injuries, and promote optimal musculoskeletal well-being. Through a holistic approach that considers the interconnectedness of the body, chiropractic care can help individuals experiencing wrist and hand pain find relief and improve their quality of life.

In addressing wrist and hand pain, PDTR targets specific dysfunctional proprioceptive reflexes that contribute to neuromuscular imbalances affecting these areas. Through manual muscle testing and customized interventions, PDTR seeks to reset aberrant reflex patterns and restore proper neurological signaling related to wrist and hand movement and function. For example, PDTR may focus on improving muscle firing patterns in the intrinsic hand muscles or enhancing sensory feedback in the wrist joint to alleviate pain by addressing the foundational neurological dysfunctions underlying the discomfort.