Barczyk Chiropractic Group

Common Conditions We Treat

Back Pain

Back pain is one of the main reasons that people visit a chiropractor. At some point in their lives, 8 out of 10 people are affected by it. Lower back pain can be caused by a number of different conditions such as: strained muscles, sprained ligaments, ruptured discs, inflamed joints, sports injuries, accidents, and much more. Temporary solutions, such as heating pads and over-the-counter drugs, will not treat the cause of back pain.

Common Symptoms:
Pain in the Back, Muscles and Bones, Hip or Leg
Leg Numbness or Pins and Needles
Back Joint Dysfunction or Muscle Spasms
Disclaimer

The information provided does not necessarily take your individual health situation into account. A Barczyk team member, during your initial assessment, will be able to work with you to determine the treatment plan and techniques that best suits your individual patient needs.

Bulging / Herniated Disc

Bulging disc occurs when a portion of the disc protrudes out of place. Disc herniation occurs when the soft center protrudes through tough outer layer of disc. The result of the bulge can cause a pinched nerve which will lead to pain, numbness, or weakness in the back, arm, or leg. Because the pain or numbness may not occur in the area where you are injured, it is important to visit a chiropractor if you are experiencing these symptoms.

Common Symptoms:
Pain in the Arm, Back, Foot or Leg
Muscle Weakness or Muscle Spasms
Leg Numbness, Pins & Needles, or Uncomfortable Tingling
Stiff Neck
Disclaimer

The information provided does not necessarily take your individual health situation into account. A Barczyk team member, during your initial assessment, will be able to work with you to determine the treatment plan and techniques that best suits your individual patient needs.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpel tunnel is caused by pressure on the median nerve which is located in the wrist.

Common Symptoms:
Pain in the Hands, Wrist or Forearm
Hand Numbness or Pins & Needles
Hand Clumsiness or Weakness
Hand Pain at Night
Disclaimer

The information provided does not necessarily take your individual health situation into account. A Barczyk team member, during your initial assessment, will be able to work with you to determine the treatment plan and techniques that best suits your individual patient needs.

Headaches

Very often, head pain regardless of where on the head the pain is located involves nerves that have their origin in the upper cervical spine(neck). Chiropractic treatment of the cervical spine can alleviate migraines, headaches caused by muscle tension caused by stress, and injuries to the neck.

Symptoms of Headaches:
Head Pressure
Fatigue
Sensitivity to Light
Throbbing Head
Disclaimer

The information provided does not necessarily take your individual health situation into account. A Barczyk team member, during your initial assessment, will be able to work with you to determine the treatment plan and techniques that best suits your individual patient needs.

Hip/Leg Pain

Sometimes hip pain can be a problem from the hip itself or can be referred from the spine. Lumbar Spine conditions can cause radiating pain throughout leg, feet, and toes.

Common Symptoms of Hip Pain:
Bone Spurs
Bone Fracture
Tendinitis / Muscle strain
Arthritis
Disclaimer

The information provided does not necessarily take your individual health situation into account. A Barczyk team member, during your initial assessment, will be able to work with you to determine the treatment plan and techniques that best suits your individual patient needs.

Motor Vehicle Injury

The impact of a motor vehicle accident on the body can be catastrophic. These injuries can cause long-term pain to your body if not treated correctly, even if there are no visible signs of injury. While severe injuries can keep you bed ridden, mild injuries can often cause more trouble than expected. It is important to seek immediate treatment if you are injured in a motor vehicle accident to prevent any further damage from occurring.

Common Motor Vehicle Injuries:
"Whiplash"
Injuries to neck, muscles, ligaments or discs
Headaches
Injuries to low back muscles, ligaments or discs
Disclaimer

The information provided does not necessarily take your individual health situation into account. A Barczyk team member, during your initial assessment, will be able to work with you to determine the treatment plan and techniques that best suits your individual patient needs.

Neck Pain

Neck pain is one of the main reasons for people to visit a chiropractor. The pain can be a dull ache or sharp shooting pain and it can be located in the shoulders, head, and face as well as the neck. The cause of neck pain will vary by person but the most common are automobile accidents, contact sports, and poor posture. You can prevent some discomfort by ensuring you have an ergonomic work space and by performing neck stretches as advised by a chiropractor.

Common Symptoms:
Stiff Neck
Radiating or Sharp Pain
Trouble with Gripping or Lifting Objects
General Soreness
Disclaimer

The information provided does not necessarily take your individual health situation into account. A Barczyk team member, during your initial assessment, will be able to work with you to determine the treatment plan and techniques that best suits your individual patient needs.

Sciatica

The sciatica nerve runs from the lower back, through the pelvis and down your legs. Pain is usually caused when pressure is being applied to the nerve. This can be caused by a number of issues including misalignment of the spine, hips, or herniated disc.

Common Symptoms:
Pain in the Back, Buttocks, Hip or Legs
Leg Numbness or Pins & Needles
Limping or Muscle Weakness
Disclaimer

The information provided does not necessarily take your individual health situation into account. A Barczyk team member, during your initial assessment, will be able to work with you to determine the treatment plan and techniques that best suits your individual patient needs.

Shoulder/ Arm Pain

Sometimes shoulder pain can be a problem from the shoulder itself or can be referred from the neck and/or spine. Cervical and upper thoracic conditions can cause radiating pain throughout fingertips.

Common Shoulder/ Arm Injuries:
Rotator Cuff Tears
Tendinitis
Bursitis
Biceps Tendon Tear
Disclaimer

The information provided does not necessarily take your individual health situation into account. A Barczyk team member, during your initial assessment, will be able to work with you to determine the treatment plan and techniques that best suits your individual patient needs.

Sports Injuries

If you're an athlete, you understand the physical demand that sports put on your body. Putting your body through these strenuous activities can result in sprains, strains, and painful tears. Seeking chiropractic treatment when you suffer a sport related injury can not only ensure the injury heals correctly, but also help prevent future injuries. If you've experienced a sports injury, seek chiropractic care immediately.

Common Sports Injuries:
Back, Neck & Knee Injuries
Tendinitis
Muscle Strains
Stress Fractures
Disclaimer

The information provided does not necessarily take your individual health situation into account. A Barczyk team member, during your initial assessment, will be able to work with you to determine the treatment plan and techniques that best suits your individual patient needs.

Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow is a pain on the outside of the upper arm, near the elbow. The pain is caused by damage to the tissue connecting the arm muscle to the elbow. You don't have to play tennis to develop Tennis Elbow. The damage is done by repetitive arm motions that create small tears in the tissue that then lead to inflammation. If left untreated, the pain can become chronic, making it painful to lift and grip items.

Common Symptoms:
Pain the the Elbow or Muscle
Swelling
Tenderness
Disclaimer

The information provided does not necessarily take your individual health situation into account. A Barczyk team member, during your initial assessment, will be able to work with you to determine the treatment plan and techniques that best suits your individual patient needs.

  • Back Pain
    Back Pain

    Back pain is one of the main reasons that people visit a chiropractor. At some point in their lives, 8 out of 10 people are affected by it. Lower back pain can be caused by a number of different conditions such as: strained muscles, sprained ligaments, ruptured discs, inflamed joints, sports injuries, accidents, and much more. Temporary solutions, such as heating pads and over-the-counter drugs, will not treat the cause of back pain.

    Common Symptoms:
    Pain in the Back, Muscles and Bones, Hip or Leg
    Leg Numbness or Pins and Needles
    Back Joint Dysfunction or Muscle Spasms

    The information provided does not necessarily take your individual health situation into account. A Barczyk team member, during your initial assessment, will be able to work with you to determine the treatment plan and techniques that best suits your individual patient needs.

  • Bulging / Herniated Disc
    Bulging / Herniated Disc

    Bulging disc occurs when a portion of the disc protrudes out of place. Disc herniation occurs when the soft center protrudes through tough outer layer of disc. The result of the bulge can cause a pinched nerve which will lead to pain, numbness, or weakness in the back, arm, or leg. Because the pain or numbness may not occur in the area where you are injured, it is important to visit a chiropractor if you are experiencing these symptoms.

    Common Symptoms:
    Pain in the Arm, Back, Foot or Leg
    Muscle Weakness or Muscle Spasms
    Leg Numbness, Pins & Needles, or Uncomfortable Tingling
    Stiff Neck

    The information provided does not necessarily take your individual health situation into account. A Barczyk team member, during your initial assessment, will be able to work with you to determine the treatment plan and techniques that best suits your individual patient needs.

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
    Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

    Carpel tunnel is caused by pressure on the median nerve which is located in the wrist.

    Common Symptoms:
    Pain in the Hands, Wrist or Forearm
    Hand Numbness or Pins & Needles
    Hand Clumsiness or Weakness
    Hand Pain at Night

    The information provided does not necessarily take your individual health situation into account. A Barczyk team member, during your initial assessment, will be able to work with you to determine the treatment plan and techniques that best suits your individual patient needs.

  • Headaches
    Headaches

    Very often, head pain regardless of where on the head the pain is located involves nerves that have their origin in the upper cervical spine(neck). Chiropractic treatment of the cervical spine can alleviate migraines, headaches caused by muscle tension caused by stress, and injuries to the neck.

    Symptoms of Headaches:
    Head Pressure
    Fatigue
    Sensitivity to Light
    Throbbing Head

    The information provided does not necessarily take your individual health situation into account. A Barczyk team member, during your initial assessment, will be able to work with you to determine the treatment plan and techniques that best suits your individual patient needs.

  • Hip/Leg Pain
    Hip/Leg Pain

    Sometimes hip pain can be a problem from the hip itself or can be referred from the spine. Lumbar Spine conditions can cause radiating pain throughout leg, feet, and toes.

    Common Symptoms of Hip Pain:
    Bone Spurs
    Bone Fracture
    Tendinitis / Muscle strain
    Arthritis

    The information provided does not necessarily take your individual health situation into account. A Barczyk team member, during your initial assessment, will be able to work with you to determine the treatment plan and techniques that best suits your individual patient needs.

  • Motor Vehicle Injury
    Motor Vehicle Injury

    The impact of a motor vehicle accident on the body can be catastrophic. These injuries can cause long-term pain to your body if not treated correctly, even if there are no visible signs of injury. While severe injuries can keep you bed ridden, mild injuries can often cause more trouble than expected. It is important to seek immediate treatment if you are injured in a motor vehicle accident to prevent any further damage from occurring.

    Common Motor Vehicle Injuries:
    "Whiplash"
    Injuries to neck, muscles, ligaments or discs
    Headaches
    Injuries to low back muscles, ligaments or discs

    The information provided does not necessarily take your individual health situation into account. A Barczyk team member, during your initial assessment, will be able to work with you to determine the treatment plan and techniques that best suits your individual patient needs.

  • Neck Pain
    Neck Pain

    Neck pain is one of the main reasons for people to visit a chiropractor. The pain can be a dull ache or sharp shooting pain and it can be located in the shoulders, head, and face as well as the neck. The cause of neck pain will vary by person but the most common are automobile accidents, contact sports, and poor posture. You can prevent some discomfort by ensuring you have an ergonomic work space and by performing neck stretches as advised by a chiropractor.

    Common Symptoms:
    Stiff Neck
    Radiating or Sharp Pain
    Trouble with Gripping or Lifting Objects
    General Soreness

    The information provided does not necessarily take your individual health situation into account. A Barczyk team member, during your initial assessment, will be able to work with you to determine the treatment plan and techniques that best suits your individual patient needs.

  • Sciatica
    Sciatica

    The sciatica nerve runs from the lower back, through the pelvis and down your legs. Pain is usually caused when pressure is being applied to the nerve. This can be caused by a number of issues including misalignment of the spine, hips, or herniated disc.

    Common Symptoms:
    Pain in the Back, Buttocks, Hip or Legs
    Leg Numbness or Pins & Needles
    Limping or Muscle Weakness

    The information provided does not necessarily take your individual health situation into account. A Barczyk team member, during your initial assessment, will be able to work with you to determine the treatment plan and techniques that best suits your individual patient needs.

  • Shoulder/ Arm Pain
    Shoulder/ Arm Pain

    Sometimes shoulder pain can be a problem from the shoulder itself or can be referred from the neck and/or spine. Cervical and upper thoracic conditions can cause radiating pain throughout fingertips.

    Common Shoulder/ Arm Injuries:
    Rotator Cuff Tears
    Tendinitis
    Bursitis
    Biceps Tendon Tear

    The information provided does not necessarily take your individual health situation into account. A Barczyk team member, during your initial assessment, will be able to work with you to determine the treatment plan and techniques that best suits your individual patient needs.

  • Sports Injuries
    Sports Injuries

    If you're an athlete, you understand the physical demand that sports put on your body. Putting your body through these strenuous activities can result in sprains, strains, and painful tears. Seeking chiropractic treatment when you suffer a sport related injury can not only ensure the injury heals correctly, but also help prevent future injuries. If you've experienced a sports injury, seek chiropractic care immediately.

    Common Sports Injuries:
    Back, Neck & Knee Injuries
    Tendinitis
    Muscle Strains
    Stress Fractures

    The information provided does not necessarily take your individual health situation into account. A Barczyk team member, during your initial assessment, will be able to work with you to determine the treatment plan and techniques that best suits your individual patient needs.

  • Tennis Elbow
    Tennis Elbow

    Tennis elbow is a pain on the outside of the upper arm, near the elbow. The pain is caused by damage to the tissue connecting the arm muscle to the elbow. You don't have to play tennis to develop Tennis Elbow. The damage is done by repetitive arm motions that create small tears in the tissue that then lead to inflammation. If left untreated, the pain can become chronic, making it painful to lift and grip items.

    Common Symptoms:
    Pain the the Elbow or Muscle
    Swelling
    Tenderness

    The information provided does not necessarily take your individual health situation into account. A Barczyk team member, during your initial assessment, will be able to work with you to determine the treatment plan and techniques that best suits your individual patient needs.


 

 

 

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