Wichita’s Top Rated Arthritis Pain Specialists
At Wilbeck Chiropractic we offer treatments and solutions for many different injuries and conditions related to the spine and musculoskeletal system including, General Pain Care, Preventative Pain Care, Car Accident-Related Injuries, Sports Related Injuries, Workplace Injuries, Pediatric Care, Pregnancy Care, Disc Decompression Therapy, as well as many other injuries and conditions.
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Are you struggling with daily or chronic pain? Do you have a dull ache or sharp stabbing pain located in your spine, knees, hips, or hands. If so, you may be suffering from a condition known as arthritis.
Our team of expert doctors have the knowledge and experience to diagnose and treat painful arthritis symptoms naturally without the need for invasive procedures and addictive pain medications.
What is Arthritis?
Arthritis is an extremely common medical condition, in fact the CDC reports that 21.2 % of all adults in the United States suffer from some form of arthritis. (Health, 2023) At Wilbeck Chiropractic the most common form of arthritis that we treat patients for at our clinics is osteoarthritis and inflammatory arthritis.
- Osteoarthritis – This type of arthritis occurs when the cartilage that cushions and protects our bones and joints begins to deteriorate. Osteoarthritis can affect any joint within the body, but it typically occurs within the knees, hips, hands, and spine.
- Inflammatory Arthritis – Is a type of arthritis that includes conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, and ankylosing spondylitis. Inflammatory arthritis occurs when the body’s autoimmune response begins attacking the joints, leading to inflammation, reduced mobility, and chronic pain symptoms.
Arthritis is Not limited to Osteoarthritis and Inflammatory Arthritis, There Are Many Different Types or Subsets of Arthritis that Include:
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Psoriatic Arthritis
- Ankylosing Spondylitis
- Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis,
If left untreated, these different forms of arthritis can affect multiple joints and can cause more widespread symptoms throughout the body that affect your overall health and wellness.
Where Is Arthritis Pain Typically Located and Why Are Symptoms So Painful
As stated before, arthritis can take many forms, but the location of pain and inflammation is always found in and around the joints. Specific areas of the body where bone and cartilage are connected and interlock with other joining bone and cartilage like the spine, knees, hips, and hands are where we typically see arthritis become an issue.
The most common symptoms of arthritis are as follows:
- Loss of Mobility
Arthritis only worsens with age, as our bodies begin to break down over time, it’s important to begin treating arthritis symptoms before they create mobility issues and lead to more serious health issues.
Treat Arthritis Pain Naturally with Chiropractic Treatments and Physiotherapy Sessions at Wilbeck Chiropractic
During your initial visit we will conduct a thorough wellness exam. We then take the necessary steps to diagnose and treat your arthritis related issues and then treat them naturally with chiropractic adjustments and physiotherapy sessions.
We will also discuss any other treatments you are undergoing for arthritis issues, so that we can supplement them with our top-rated chiropractic care.
We are happy to answer questions about insurance coverage and our alternative payment options.
Our team will even call your insurance company for you, so you can understand your chiropractic care and physical therapy benefits!
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