Are you suffering from joint pain in your knee, ankle, shoulder, elbow, wrist, or hand? We understand how joint pain impacts your life and want to help you heal. Our doctors will carefully consider your symptoms, diagnose your condition, and provide you with the best treatment options for joint pain.
We offer non-surgical joint pain relief treatments
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Joint Pain Treatments
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy. PRP treatments consists of using your blood to create a solution with a higher concentration of proteins and growth factors in the plasma. By injecting this concentrated formula into your joint, your injured tissues have the help they need to heal faster.
Chiropractic care is a safe, low-risk therapy for pain releif. Adjustments will increase the mobility of your joint and relieve some of the pressure it was experiencing. Correct spinal alignment also allows your entire nervous system to communicate better, so pain from pinched nerves is alleviated too.
Spinal decompression releases tension on affected nerves, vertebrae, and discs by extending the spine and allowing the space between your vertebrae to expand. Treating the nervous system will cause a ripple effect throughout your whole body, healing more than one area affected by joint pain.
Causes of Joint Pain
“Why do my joints hurt?” you might ask. Damage to joints can occur from injury, disease, or age. Sprains and strains from an accident, work tasks, or sports can cause occasional joint pain, but conditions including gout and osteoarthritis may cause chronic pain that lasts for weeks.
You can trust the years of experience of our doctors and the proven results from our treatments to benefit you. Whatever the cause of your joint pain, we will design a care plan that works best for your condition.
If you are looking for effective and long lasting relief for joint pain in Bakersfield, Shafter, Arvin, or any nearby city in California, call our medical center today at (661) 669-8158 for a complimentary consultation. Our doctors are dedicated to helping you heal and get back to the sports, work, and family functions that you’ve been missing.