Wignall-Kennedy Clinic in Milwaukee
Everyone experiences pain or stiffness sometimes, whether it’s a sore lower back, a stiff neck, or migraines. Sometimes these aches and pains go away on their own, but if they continue or worsen, it becomes necessary to see a specialist. This is where chiropractic care comes in. While most people think of back and neck pain as the main signals that it’s time to schedule a visit, your chiropractor can help in many other areas as well. There are a variety of conditions that might require a visit to Wignall-Kennedy Clinic in Wauwatosa for comprehensive treatment. Read through the conditions below, and let us know if you need to make a chiropractic appointment with us!
A sports injury as a teenager is what lead to Dr. Kennedy’s passion for chiropractics. For athletes, chiropractic treatment can not only help treat existing injuries, but it can also help to prevent future injuries. Chiropractors ensure bones are lined up and balanced which in turn helps relieve tension in the body allowing it to perform better and be less prone to injury. Dr. Kennedy is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician.
Work injuries can be anything from overexertion of your hands to pain from heavy lifting. These types of injuries are often the result of repetitive, forceful, or prolonged actions and can cause severe pain. If left untreated, these injuries can get worse and can even lead to permanent conditions. One of the most common work-related ailments we see here at Wignall-Kennedy Chiropractic in Wauwatosa is back and neck pain from prolonged desk sitting. Read our blog on ways to avoid pain at the office, or watch the video below for some stretches from DR. Kennedy that can help ease discomfort. If the pain is too much for even simple stretches, give us a call today to schedule an appointment!
Chiropractic care can be one of the most beneficial treatment plans for somebody in their later years in life who may be suffering from skeletal or muscle pain. To name a few areas of relief, Dr. Kennedy can reduce pain, provide an increased range of motion, and help improve balance and coordination. Below are a few conditions Wignall-Kennedy commonly sees in elderly patients:
- Poor range of motion
- Sharp pains, weakness, or numbness
- Recent accident or injury
- Discomfort cause from frequent sitting
- Chronic muscle and joint pain