Lynchburg Chiropractic Care of Arm Pain

Arm Pain Relief Is Just an Arm's Length Away!

 Your chiropractor's arm length, that is.

 Your chiropractor at Palmer Chiropractic Center could start your arm pain treatment with a discussion that goes like this…

"Your arm hurts and your thumb had become numb? Your C6 disc may be irritating a nerve." Shocked? Don't be! Chiropractic diagnosis starts simply with you. Tell us your symptoms, and Palmer Chiropractic Center will set the treatment plan to help.

So what makes our treatment strategy different from the NSAIDs, exercise, injections, surgery even, that you've attempted before?

 Palmer Chiropractic Center's Cox Technic

 [[company name]] deals with arm pain using the Cox Technic Flexion Distraction and Decompression Spinal Manipulation – a non-surgical approach, based on its extensively documented clinical outcomes. (1,2,3) The aftermath: Patients receive arm pain relief. On average, patients that suffer arm pain find relief in just 13 visits. (3) Many Palmer Chiropractic Center patients keep working while they are being treated. That's a considerable relief in itself.

Palmer Chiropractic Center rehabilitates Lynchburg residents who go through arm pain every day. Our plans are to alleviate your arm pain – including any related neck pain - by at least 50% in 30 days and bring you some tools to control and prevent arm pain in the future. Many find that arm pain relief often comes much quicker than 30 days and usually reaches 100%. We've treated many just like you.

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Then, schedule an appointment Palmer Chiropractic Center as the first step toward arm pain relief. All you have to do is get your neck and arm pain within arm's reach of our Lynchburg chiropractic relief specialist!

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