Chiropractic: A Holistic Approach to Alleviating Arthritis Symptoms 

 July 5, 2023

By  Dr. Ann Lauren Marra

chiropractic arthritisYou may not realize it, but we are committed to providing comprehensive and effective solutions for people living with arthritis. Our highly trained team understands the impact arthritis can have on your daily life and can help you relieve symptoms and regain mobility. This article explores how chiropractic care can play an important role in managing arthritis symptoms and improving overall health. Keep reading to learn more… 

Understanding Arthritis

Arthritis is a condition characterized by inflammation of one or more joints in the body, causing pain, stiffness, and decreased mobility. It affects millions of people worldwide, and its effects range from mild discomfort to severe debilitating effects. There are many different types of arthritis, including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and psoriatic arthritis, each with its own characteristics and treatments.

Chiropractic Care: A Comprehensive Solution

Chiropractic offers a holistic, non-invasive approach to treating arthritis symptoms. Unlike traditional treatments, which often rely on drugs or surgery, chiropractic care focuses on restoring proper joint function, reducing inflammation, and improving alignment throughout the body. By treating the underlying cause of arthritis, chiropractors aim to reduce pain, improve joint mobility, and enhance the body’s natural ability to heal itself.

Adjustment of the Spine: Restoring Balance and Function

One of the most important aspects of chiropractic care is spinal alignment. A chiropractor applies controlled and precise forces to the spine to gently realign the spine and alleviate nerve dysfunction. These adjustments restore balance and function in the affected joints, reduces pain, and promotes healing. By performing targeted adjustments to the spine, a chiropractor can improve joint mobility and increase the body’s ability to adapt to changes in arthritis.

Soft Tissue Therapy: Relieves Tension And Improves Flexibility

In addition to correcting the spine, chiropractors can also use soft tissue therapy techniques to reduce arthritis symptoms. Soft tissue therapy involves manipulating the muscles, tendons, ligaments, and other soft tissues around the affected joint. Chiropractors use specific trigger point techniques, stretching exercises, and other hands-on therapies to help relieve tension, reduce muscle spasms, and improve flexibility, thereby promoting joint function.

Lifestyle Changes: Enhance Self-Care

Chiropractic care is an effective treatment for arthritis, but it is important to complement these treatments with lifestyle changes. A chiropractor can help you make positive changes in your daily life, such as encouraging you to get more exercise, eat healthier, and learn how to manage your stress better. These lifestyle changes further support the body’s healing processes, reduce inflammation, and improve overall joint health.

Benefits of Chiropractic Care for Arthritis

Pain relief: The goal of chiropractic care is to reduce the pain associated with arthritis by addressing the underlying causes of joint dysfunction and inflammation.

Improved joint function: Chiropractic adjustments help improve joint function and reduce stiffness by restoring proper joint alignment and mobility.

Improving quality of life: With comprehensive care, chiropractic treatment can significantly improve overall health and make everyday life easier and more mobile.

Non-Invasive Approach: Chiropractic offers a non-invasive alternative to surgery and medications, making it a safe and natural option for managing arthritis symptoms.

Individual treatment: Everyone’s experience with arthritis is different. Chiropractors are trained to put together customized treatment plans to meet your specific needs, ensuring personalized care and optimal results.


Arthritis is a difficult condition, but with the right approach, it can be alleviated. Chiropractic offers a holistic, patient-centered approach to managing arthritis symptoms, with a focus on restoring joint function, reducing inflammation, and improving overall health.

Chiropractic treatments aim to reduce pain, improve joint mobility, and enable individuals to actively participate in self-care through spinal adjustments, soft tissue therapy, and lifestyle modifications.

At our office, we are dedicated to helping people with arthritis relieve long-term symptoms and improve their quality of life. Our team strives to provide personalized, effective and compassionate care. Contact us today to book an appointment and take the first step towards a healthier, pain-free future.

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Dr. Ann Lauren Marra

Dr. Ann Lauren Marra has been a licensed Chiropractor since 1992. Dr. Ann Marra is also a board certified C.I.C.E Chiropractic Independent Chiropractic Examiner. She graduated from Life University. She is licensed to practice in New Jersey, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida.

Dr. Ann Lauren Marra

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