Chiropractic care can have a positive impact on arthritis, as one of the contributing causes of arthritis is abnormal wear and tear on a malfunctioning joint. Chiropractic controlled mobilization of affected joints would help realign their articular surfaces reducing further wear and tear slowing down the degenerative process.
A break through technology has been the state-of-the-art, Class IV Deep Tissue Laser Therapy that relieves pain and inflammation in the joints, which goes a long way to reducing the pain in osteoarthritis patients.
Cold laser therapy goes to the cellular level and promotes healing at that level. Some of its effects include accelerated cell growth and reproduction, accelerated collagen synthesis, increased cellular metabolic activity, anti-inflammatory action, increased vascular activity, and stimulated nerve function. Most of these effects can help to reduce the pain and swelling of arthritis.