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Extremity Adjusting

Dr. Huck has been trained to treat multifaceted extremity problems. "Extremities" means anything outside of the spine, for example ribs, knees, shoulders, wrist, elbows, feet, hips, ankles, and toes. Some more common extremity conditions include carpel tunnel syndrome, plantar fasciitis, sprained joints, pulled muscles, rotor or cuff concerns, bunions, arch pain, hip pain, heel spurs, separated shoulders, etc.

Subluxation of any joint can have both neurological and mechanical components. Biomechanics of the extremities have a great effect on the movement and function of the spine. Irritation from perferal edema, poor extremity biomechanics, performance concerns of muscles and tendons, and movement restrictions lend to poorly functioning nerve pathways. Analyzing the entire pathway of the nerve has proven to promote a greater ability for the body to function without restriction and irritation. An entire skeletal system functioning correctly will enhance the overall recovery and function of any individual. Extremity adjusting, aligning and mobilizing extremity joints has been found to be extremely helpful in most all extremity concerns.

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