Fibromyalgia May Benefit from Chiropractic Support
If you're living with the joint pain and nerve pain of fibromyalgia, finding relief from the discomfort can be significant. Fortunately, there are some ways to get support for your condition, and one of those ways is through working with a chiropractor. If you're in the Birmingham, AL, area, Chiropractic Today is here to help reduce your pain and have you feeling better and more comfortable again.
What Is Fibromyalgia?
Fibromyalgia is a disorder with the main symptom of musculoskeletal pain that's widespread throughout the body. Other symptoms often include fatigue, memory, mood, and sleep issues. People with this condition often struggle with the pain they're in nearly all the time, making daily life activities and other experiences more difficult.
How Can Dr. Palmer Help You?
Our chiropractor, Dr. Palmer, may help you have less joint and nerve pain, so you can move more easily and feel healthier and happier. By gently realigning your spine and other joints, a chiropractor can take some of the pressure off of these joints. That can lead to less tension in the muscles, and help both muscles and nerves relax.
You Don't Have To Live With Joint Pain
There's no reason for you to simply live with joint pain when you have the option of chiropractic care. If you're dealing with joint pain from fibromyalgia, working with a chiropractor is the right choice. Whether the pain is coming from a specific joint or another misaligned area of the body, finding the cause and realigning everything to promote relief can be very important.
Get Help for Your Nerve Pain
Nerve pain is also very common in fibromyalgia, and you want your nerves to relax. By working with a chiropractor to keep your spine and joints aligned, you'll be taking pressure off your nerves and allowing them to stay calmer. This can help you have less pain and move around more comfortably.
Reach Out for Support and Relief Today
Get in touch with Chiropractic Today in Birmingham, AL, at 205-991-3511 to get help with joint pain and nerve pain from fibromyalgia. Dr. Palmer and the rest of our team are here and ready to work with you, so you can get back to doing the things you enjoy and experience a better quality of life again.