The Link Between Carpal Tunnel and the Upper Cervical Spine
Those who deal with carpal tunnel syndrome on a day-to-day basis are happy to get relief in any way possible. But would you consider seeing an upper cervical chiropractor? Perhaps you are having trouble seeing the connection between your wrist pain and the top two vertebrae in your neck. Allow us to explain the science behind this link and how upper cervical chiropractic can benefit you.
First of all, understand that carpal tunnel syndrome is nerve pain. That means that there isn’t necessarily anything physically wrong with a person’s wrist. Those arm nerves connect back to the brain, just like all of the other nerves in the body.
Some have even had surgery performed on their wrist to deal with carpal tunnel, but for many the operation proves ineffective. Why? Again, the pain is felt in the wrist and arm, but it may be coming from somewhere else.
Getting Natural Relief for Carpal Tunnel
Before seeking surgery for carpal tunnel (or if surgery has failed to fix the problem), we want to encourage you to seek a natural and non-invasive option. Upper cervical chiropractic involves examining the top two bones in the neck for misalignments. Such a subluxation can cause pressure on the brainstem and pain just about anywhere in the body, including the arms and wrists. Many see improvement after their first session, and the results only get better from there.
If you would like to learn more, contact Dr. Armen Manoucherian, an upper cervical chiropractor in Glendale, California. An examination may reveal that you don’t need invasive surgery after all. Gentle adjustments to realign the C1 and C2 vertebrae have helped many to cope with debilitating nerve pain.
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Dr. Armen Manoucherian of Health Edge Family Spinal Care in Glendale, California is a Glendale Chiropractor and Upper Cervical Specialist trained by the National Upper Cervical Chiropractic Association (NUCCA). He has helped many children and adults find natural relief in Glendale, California. His upper cervical clinic also serves the communities of Pasadena, Los Angeles, West Hollywood, Beverly Hills and Burbank. He is uniquely trained to correct problems in the upper cervical spine (upper neck). This vital area is intimately connected to the central nervous system and problems in this area have been shown to be an underlying cause of a variety of different health problems. More information can be found on his website at http://www.healthedgela.com