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Will chiropractic treatment help with my neck pain, muscle weakness and tingling?

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Answered by

Mohammed Wajid

Medically reviewed by

Dr. Vinodhini J.

Published At January 22, 2021
Reviewed AtJune 27, 2023

Patient's Query

Hello doctor,

I had a concussion last year. It appears now my spine is misaligned, and I have subluxations in C1, C3, C6, L3. I have been dizzy and had sinus issues with no infection, chronic migraines, headaches, severe neck pain, TMJ, some tingling in my lips and feet, muscle weakness. Also, my skull plates are slightly off and need adjusting. I wonder how long it will take for a chiropractor to find some relief/improvement?

Answered by Mohammed Wajid


Welcome to icliniq.com.

This is so simple. Do not worry. Visit any nearest physical therapy center and ask them to apply IFT (interferential therapy) and US (ultrasound therapy). Take this treatment for over a month. With first-week IFT and the US itself, the pains will reduce, and then they will start with exercises for cervical and lumbar, which first needs to be done in supervision. Repeat the same exercises at home. After three days of the visit, you can see the improvement. Maintain proper posture, avoid head bending forward, reduce screen time, absorb early morning sun rays, which is the most important factor for getting multivitamins and removing toxic acids from the body.

Same symptoms don't mean you have the same problem. Consult a doctor now!

Mohammed Wajid
Mohammed Wajid


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