Looking for joint pain treatment in Sydney? At Straight Forward Clinics we have a team of highly trained and experienced chiropractic practitioners who can provide effective treatments for your joint pain problems …

Joint pain can be excruciating in many cases involving sports or accident injuries. Degenerative joint pain is another form, which is painful and can seriously reduce our ability to get around. We depend upon our joints for mobility of movement and leading an active life, more generally. The largest joint in the body is the hip. There are crucial joints at the knee, shoulder, elbow, wrist, and ankle. The human body has 206 individual bones and these bones are connected by joints. There are 6 types of joints, which are categorised as freely movable. There are fibrous and cartilaginous joints, which are mostly fixed in place, and synovial joints, which allow movement via the synovial fluid. These moveable joints have sacs, called bursars, which cushion the cartilage and prevent rubbing between them. Many sports fans are familiar with the failing knee joints of footballers, as they are well discussed in the media – those ACL and ICL injuries. Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) and Interior Cruciate Ligament (ICL) are key ligaments which stabilise the knee joint. Joints are important structural components; and joint pain is no laughing matter.

Chiropractic Care for Joint Pain

At Straight Forward Clinics, we offer a team of highly trained and experienced chiropractic practitioners, who understand joint pain and treat it on a daily basis. Chiropractic is all about structural adjustments; and joints form the basis of our healing business. We assist our clients via effective spinal and joint manipulations to reduce pain and remove the underlying cause of the condition. We can restore joint function, improve its strength, and help prevent any reoccurrence of the injury in many instances. Whatever type of joint pain you are experiencing, we can examine and diagnose your condition, and develop an effective treatment plan for your specific injury or condition. We utilise a variety of techniques to ensure that you receive the best care available, including spinal/joint adjustments, soft tissue massage, exercise and mobility programs, and postural awareness. Contact us today to make an appointment or to find out more.