Hand and Foot Pain
The hands and feet are often the first body parts in which arthritis sufferers begin to experience pain.
Pain or a numb, tingling sensation in your hands and feet can be the result of an injury, but ongoing pain without any obvious injury can be a sign of a more serious problem like nerve damage, inflammation, or a more complicated disorder. Hand and foot pain is pain in the extremities that can range from a sharp pain to a dull ache. It may also radiate into other areas of your body. Depending on the cause, you may also have numbness and tingling in the hands and feet.
Injury Begins at Impact
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Common symptoms of a hand or foot injury are:
- Inability to fully bend and straighten fingers
- Numbness, tingling, or weakness in fingers/wrist
- Pain or discomfort when grabbing or holding objects
- Swelling or inflammation in your finger’s joints
- Pain, discomfort, or inability to walk
- Pain when standing
- Problems flexing foot
- Swelling or inflammation of toe joints
The appropriate chiropractic treatment is unique to each hand and foot injury and is directed at the primary dysfunctions detected during the chiropractic exam.