KNEE PAIN FAQS

KNEE PAIN FAQS AND ANSWERS FROM OUR REDDING CHIROPRACTOR

When you have difficulty or pain with your knee when walking or standing, this is a cause for concern. Our Redding, CA chiropractors, Dr. Donovan Hutchings and Dr. Stephen Edwards, are ready to help alleviate your knee pain. Start by checking out these frequently asked questions about knee pain we hear from our patients at Churn Creek Chiropractic.

Why Do My Knees Hurt So Much?

Knee pain results from a variety of problems. The most common include having tendinitis or arthritis due to inflammation in the body. If you are regularly active or playing sports, you may suffer from meniscus tears or runner’s knee. Individuals who have had a knee injury in the past can experience reoccurring knee pain. This is generally because the injury was never successfully treated.

How Can I Take Care of My Knees and Other Joints?

Being active and eating a balanced diet are two of the best protective measures for joint health. However, even the healthiest person can suffer from age-related knee decline or have a genetic predisposition to have joint problems. Here at Churn Creek Chiropractic, we recommend visiting our chiropractor on a routine basis for chiropractic adjustments to keep the whole body in proper alignment.

What Will a Chiropractor Do to Treat My Knee Pain?

Chiropractic adjustments are used as part of our holistic approach. By performing spinal adjustments, we ensure that your musculoskeletal system is able to work as designed. A balanced system also reduces inflammation and nerve pain, which can sometimes be the cause of knee pain. An adjustment also serves to flood the body with endorphins, which aids in naturally treating pain.

Contact Churn Creek Chiropractic in Redding, CA

To begin treating your knee pain naturally with chiropractic care, contact Churn Creek Chiropractic at (530) 221-4991. We proudly serve patients in the communities of Weed, Yreka, Centerville, Happy Valley, Shasta Lake City, Red Bluff, Bella Vista, Cottonwood, Anderson, Palo Cedro, and Shasta County, CA.

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