Kent WA, Palmer Chiropractic Clinic and Dr. Brian Bussard, D. C.
Are pleased to announce that patients who are suffering from hip pain
can find solutions from the chiropractic methods offered by the
doctor. Pain in the hip can be caused by structural problems or by
sciatic nerve pain. The Chiropractor Kent WA
professional has the
experience and knowledge to determine the cause of the pain and design
an individualized care plan. Chiropractic techniques are free of
invasive or pharmaceutical elements.
instances of hip pain, the joint itself has deteriorated and there is
missing cartilage. The result is bone on bone. This can be a much more
severe and long-lasting problem. Some of the preventative measures
which may help this type of condition include posture correction and
good nutritional balance.
Sciatica is another
major cause of hip pain. In this condition, the sciatic nerve is
compressed in the lower spine due to subluxations. A misaligned spinal
column can put pressure on the nerve roots which lead to the hips and
lower extremities. The sciatic nerve is the major pathway from the
back to the legs. It is the largest and longest nerve in the body.
Sciatic pain will affect one hip and leg at a time, depending upon the
location of the misalignment.
Relief for the
pressure on the sciatic nerve is accomplished by a chiropractic
adjustment to remove subluxations. When the pressure on the nerve is
relieved, the body can begin the process of self-healing. Electrical
signals can pass freely to and from the brain and the extremities.
They are no longer interpreted by the brain as
Learn more about relief of hip pain by
checking out the web pages found at http://www.palmerchiropractic.com
today. Members of the
press and those who have questions about the information in this press
notice are invited to contact Dr. Brian Bussard, DC at the location
Contact Person Name: Dr.
Brian Bussard, D. C.
Company Name: Palmer
Address: 24837 104th Avenue SE #100, Kent, WA
Contact Telephone Number: (253)
Contact Fax Number: (253) 854-2986