What is Arthritis?
Arthritis is a chronic joint condition that affects millions of people in the United States. This disease can cause discomfort that ranges from mild to debilitating and can get in the way of a person's ability to complete everyday activities. There are intervals throughout the day and night in which arthritis symptoms become more severe known as flare-ups. It can be hard to predict when a flare-up might occur so our pain management specialists at The Wellness Institute of Dallas work with patients and utilize cutting-edge techniques and technologies to enhance their well-being. When arthritis prevents you from enjoying life to the fullest, reach out to a team you trust. Schedule a consultation at our office in Dallas, TX.
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How Can Arthritis be Treated?
While many associate arthritis with elderly patients, the truth is that arthritis can develop at any age, whether it forms naturally or due to injury. Our team at The Wellness Institute of Dallas utilizes nonsurgical techniques to help improve your arthritis symptoms, reduce pain, and enhance your mobility. These treatments can vary, from manual therapy, such as chiropractic adjustments or massage therapy, to laser-assisted technology. During your consultation, we will perform a detailed assessment of your joints to identify your arthritis and determine the best course of action.
Reduce Pain in Your Joints
If your body, comfort, and movement have been affected by arthritis and you have yet to find relief, our team at The Wellness Institute of Dallas can have you feeling better in no time. Each of our arthritis therapies is nonsurgical and is designed to enhance the lives of our patients. If you struggle with arthritis symptoms and need relief, contact our office in Highland Park to schedule your consultation.