Does anyone go to a chiropractor for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis?

Does anyone go to a chiropractor for treatment? If so, is it helping?

Michikko Gipson
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Yes. Went again today and it does help me a lot.

Adrianna Jacobs
A

I see an Osteo and yes helps a lot! I used a Chiro before my diagnosis and I found I spent way too much time and money there! It was more about drawing me in for repetitive business and I saw a few!

Jess Kern
J

Yes but not for adjustments. My Chiro practices NRT. We are working to eliminate my inflammation and CMV virus in my joints. I tested positive for the Cytomeglia virus.

Ann Swanson
A

What is NRT?

Pamela Carmichael 3 years

I would be careful of adjustments or any kind of manipulation.

Lorraine Hall
L

Chiropractic and physical therapy have been the 2 most helpful things for me over the years. But get recommendations. Find one who does not create huge treatment plans.

Pamela Carmichael
P

Yes, chiropractic adjustments have helped me a lot.

Megan Hamlin
M

I did but he did more damage than good.

Annette Rangel
A

I’ve gone for years but when I got RA and PMR my chiropractor had to adjust the treatments to very gentle stretching and manipulation of the spine.

Cathy Key
C

I find also doing float tanks help along with chiro an massage combinations..

Mike Thomson
M

I was going on a regular basis for a while and stopped because I felt better. I also started a more serious yoga practice, which has helped cut down on feeling the need to get adjusted.

L Kay Mims
L

The chiro was great for my back and hips, but my wrists and hands were to inflamed and he wouldn’t work on them anymore.

Hannah Mccain
H

I use an inversion table for neck, shoulder, spine, head pain.

DenaJeff Westbrook
D

Every month, fantastic help for my movement and joints, I use boswellia supplement to help with pain and stiffness x

Paul Emery
P

Yes, absolutely. Activator method only though for me. Mine is also a kinesiologist which has also been really helpful.

Julie Hanks
J

I went a few times and it did not help. I was in pain so it was not effective

Jeanne Silva
J

Yessssssss. My chiro really helps with my neck pain. I love it. He just has to be a bit easier when adjusting my hips.

Nessa Robbins
N

Yes

Matt Riley
M

It helped for awhile then i just started swimming several times a week and that helped more.

Mary Kerns
M

Yes

Victoria Ramirez
V

It's done nothing for me

Stephen Vance
S

Absolutely- she does acupuncture on my hands which helps tremendously!

Linda Sandoval
L

No hurts too much

Bernadette Cormier
B

Yes- he helps with my ankles, fingers and hips

Judy Gold
J

Huge help!!

Allison Greene
A

Different things work for different people.. Best thing to do is give it a try.

Jessica Marcus
J

Yes brilliant helped in so many ways

Susan Childs
S

I went for a period of time and honestly not a fan. Physical therapy is a lot better as it gives you life long tools, visiting a chiropractor is just a Band-Aid and can be damaging.

Yoli Cisneros
Y

Yes I’m a bit reluctant because I it might be too hard on my joints

Michikko Gipson 3 years

Yes ~ massage therapist helps too !

Zulema Rossi
Z

Yes and use cbd oil to help

Alex Huggins
A

I’ve tried organic cbd cream strongest % and it doesn’t help.. Mb the oil is better? Do you ingest it or rub it on?

Michikko Gipson 3 years

michikko I take it sublingually and use a cream too. Use a 1200mg oil and a 400mg cream

Alex Huggins 3 years

Yes! It’s a must for me. Chiropractics, massage therapy & an occasional acupuncture.

Kelly Spaulding
K