San Antonio, TX, 14-FEB-2013 - Franklin Chiropractic & Accident Clinic Inc and San Antonio chiropractic physician, Dr. James Franklin, D. C., are pleased to announce that chiropractic therapy provides a reliable and effective solution to wrist pain. Often, the pain in the wrist is the result of carpal tunnel syndrome.
Carpal tunnel syndrome has a variety of symptoms, but typically include tingling in the thumb or middle finger, weakness or inability to grip and nerve pain. The symptoms are often worse in the mornings. They interfere with the ability to perform many of the actions of daily living, including keyboard work, twisting or turning of the wrist, or gripping small objects in the hands.
The unremitting pain, often sharp or stabbing, feels much like a bump to the nerve in the elbow. The channel through which the median nerve passes is narrow. When the nerve becomes irritated or swells, the painful symptoms worsen. Pressure on the nerve through swollen muscles and connective tissue causes the sensation of pain.
San Antonio chiropractic therapy doesn't require surgery or drugs to address the pain. Instead, the focus is on reducing the swelling which is pressing on the nerve. When the circulation is improved, the body itself is able to bring the needed nutrients to the distressed area. These nutrients assist in healing and also provide the natural pain relief solutions produced by the body, known as endorphins. Increased circulation also carries away the toxins that have built up in the area.
Learn more about effective measures for reducing the pain and related symptoms of wrist pain by visiting the web pages at http://www.franklinchiropractic.com today. Members of the press and others who have questions about the content of this press release are invited to contact Dr. Franklin at the location described below.
Contact Person Name: Dr. James Franklin, D. C.
Company Name: Franklin Chiropractic & Accident Clinic Inc
Address: Nacogdoches Office, 12802 Nacogdoches, San Antonio, TX 78217
Contact Telephone Number: (210) 657-6744
Contact Fax Number: (210) 657-7230