St. Paul Chiropractic & Natural Medicine Center provides natural relief from persistent leg pain. There are many potential causes of leg pain. In terms of treating this pain, many people still choose to use over-the-counter pain relievers to reduce the sensation of pain, or they suffer through the pain and hope that it will go away on its own. Over-the-counter pain relievers can reduce pain and it is true that sometimes doing nothing results in the pain eventually going away on its own. However, St. Paul Chiropractic & Natural Medicine Center offers an alternative approach that reduces the amount of time you experience leg pain and we use a natural and holistic approach.
Treating the Source of Your Leg Pain
We believe in identifying the source of your pain, not simply masking the symptoms of pain. There are times when people who take an over-the-counter pain reliever actually cause greater injury by doing more than they should simply because their pain reliever has provided a false sense of security. By addressing the origins of your leg pain and identifying the root causes of it, our treatment approach has a better chance of eliminating the problem, not just eliminating the pain you feel as a result of the problem.
The term ‘leg pain’ can include hundreds or even thousands of potential causes. Leg pain caused by the impact of a fall will feel differently than leg pain caused by a violent twisting action. And both of those examples will look and feel differently than leg pain caused by an inflamed sciatic nerve. The common theme between all leg pain and injuries is that it is better to accurately identify the root cause of your leg pain. Over-the-counter medicines can be effective in reducing pain, but no over-the-counter medicine can treat the cause of an underlying injury.
Natural Relief from Leg Pain and Injury
Getting to the underlying causes of leg pain is what St. Paul Chiropractic & Natural Medicine Center specializes in. We use a combination of chiropractic care, massage therapy, and natural medicine to treat the causes of your leg pain. Our hours of service have changed to some extent, and we have temporarily had to suspend taking walk-in clients, but we will continue to take the same precautions to ensure the health of our clients who need relief from various kinds of pain, even during this unprecedented time. Call us at 651.644.7207 to schedule an appointment.