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Foot Pain Treatment from Your Durham Chiropractor

Foot Pain Treatment from Your Durham Chiropractor

Foot pain can be quite debilitating. When every step you take is excruciating, you need to find relief. Durham Chiropractic Center provides comprehensive, holistic care to patients to treat the entire body, including the feet. If you are suffering from foot pain, our Durham chiropractor can help improve function and decrease pain, so you can get back to enjoying life.

Our Approach to Foot Pain Treatment

When you visit Durham Chiropractic Center, our first goal is to address any spinal alignment issues through chiropractic adjustments. For many patients experiencing foot pain, spinal alignment is the underlying cause. When the spine is not in proper alignment, uneven pressure is placed on the legs and feet, and this can lead to foot pain. Adjusting the spine puts the body back in balance, reliving the pressure and pain.

Dr. Rick Essman of Durham Chiropractic Center has over 25 years of experience helping patients get back their lives free from pain. He utilizes the latest chiropractic techniques to help keep patients comfortable while providing effective treatment options. Our center provides advanced spinal correction and adjustments to achieve better results.

Foot pain treatment may also involve adjustments of the leg and foot. The bones and joints in these areas can also be pulled out of alignment, and gentle adjustment can get them back where they should be. This can reduce pain as well.

Lifestyle Changes to Support Improved Health

Once we have addressed the underlying cause of your foot pain, our team will help you address any lifestyle changes that are needed to help support better foot health. Sometimes, changes to posture, the use of inserts for shoes and even a change in your stance and posture when you walk can all help reduce pain and increase the effectiveness of our other treatments. Exercises to strengthen the muscles in and around the foot can reduce pain and decrease the risk of future injuries to the foot.

At Durham Chiropractic Center, we believe that preventing problems before they begin is always the best option, when possible. Through spinal adjustment and lifestyle changes, we can help improve function throughout your body, including your feet, so you can enjoy a life free from foot pain.

If you are struggling with aching feet, relief is available. Contact our Durham chiropractor to talk about foot pain treatment, and learn how you can address your discomfort naturally and holistically. Call Durham Chiropractic Center at (919) 401-5061 to schedule a consultation.


Office Hours

Monday:

8:30 am-11:30 am

2:00 pm-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:30 am-11:30 am

2:00 pm-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:30 am-11:30 am

2:00 pm-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:30 am-11:30 am

2:00 pm-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:30 am-12:00 pm

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Locations

Testimonials

  • "Wonderful treatments and a great staff to assist Dr. Rick Essman. I could not go through a season without their care. Comfortable environment an escape"
    Joanne McCallie April 2012
  • "I'm so incredibly thankful that I met you guys... you saved me from having serious nerve surgery 2 years ago on my wrist, and for that I am forever grateful. I look back at my first visit to your office, when I couldn't pick up a pen to write, let alone ride my bike anymore because my ulnar nerve was completely dead. Wow. You saved my cycling (and my ability to button my shirt up)"
    Jenn K. / Durham, NC November 2009
  • "I have been a client of Durham Chiropractic Center and Dr. Rick Essman for years. As an endurance athlete I am constantly putting my body through all types of stress. Dr. Rick has changed my life with his Chiropractic skills, helping me through countless bumps, bruises, and injuries. Dr. Rick sets himself apart from other chiropractors I have seen because of his dedication to his clients’ long-term success. His focus and dedication to finding the route cause of issues in addition to treating the immediate symptom is what has made me a lifetime patient and is why I send all of my family and athletes that I coach his way."
    Ben Turits July 2015

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