Common Conditions that require Extremity Adjusting include: Sprains and strains of all of the extremities and their joints. For more information see below.
Dr. Harrison has mastered the art and science of extremity adjusting. As you might imagine, the joints of the extremities can sublux (get out of place) similar to the vertebrae. The extremities include: the bones of the fingers and hand, the forearm, the elbow joint, the arm, the shoulder joint, the hip joint, the knee joint, the ankle joint, the bones of the foot and the toes. Although Dr. Harrison adjusts all of the extremity bones, the more common complaints are of the wrist, including carpal tunnel syndrome, the elbow and shoulder joint, the hip joint, the knee joint and the ankle joint.