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Find Relief From Your Arm & Leg Pain
Our arms and legs carry us through our daily lives. From bringing in bags of groceries to walking hand-in-hand with a loved one, our extremities are always hard at work. However, when we experience pain in our arms and legs, it can severely impact our quality of life, making simple tasks difficult and enjoyable activities impossible.
At Elevated Health NYC in New York City, we understand the frustration and discomfort that comes with arm and leg pain. That's why we are dedicated to providing top-quality pain relief for our patients by addressing the root cause of their pain and crafting a tailored treatment plan. We always take a natural and minimally invasive approach, ensuring our patients receive the best care without unnecessary medications or procedures.
Whether you're experiencing chronic leg pain or dealing with a recent arm injury, our team of experienced providers is here to help. Schedule your free consultation today and say goodbye to arm and leg pain for good.
Seeking Relief For Arm Pain & Leg Pain
Understanding Your Arm & Leg Pain
When you suffer from continuous arm and leg pain, your body is signaling that something isn’t right. The pain might manifest as an acute sharp pang that strikes suddenly or as a chronic ache that's persistently present. Either way, it's often a symptom of an underlying issue that needs to be addressed for you to find relief.
Some of the most common causes of arm and leg pain include:
- Sprain: This happens when a ligament, the fibrous tissue that connects bones to each other, is overstretched or torn. Sprains can occur from injuries such as falls, sports activities, and accidents.
- Strain: Unlike sprains, strains affect muscles or tendons (the fibrous tissue that connects muscles to bones). Muscle strains often result from overexertion, repetitive use, or sudden movements.
- Fractures: A bone fracture happens when one of your bones breaks either partially or completely. Fractures can cause severe pain and require immediate medical attention.
- Arthritis: Both osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis can affect the joints in the arms and legs, leading to chronic pain and stiffness.
- Nerve injury: Any damage or compression of nerves can cause arm and leg pain. This can happen from injuries, diseases such as diabetes, or conditions like carpal tunnel syndrome.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long will it take for my arm or leg pain to improve?
The timeline for improvement largely depends on the individual, as everyone's body is unique. Our providers will work with you to create a personalized treatment plan that addresses your specific needs and goals.
What can I do at home to help manage my arm and leg pain?
Depending on your specific condition, our providers may recommend certain exercises or stretches you can do at home to improve your strength and flexibility. They may also suggest lifestyle modifications, such as making ergonomic changes in your workspace or incorporating stress-reducing practices like meditation or yoga.
What if my arm or leg pain is because of a work-related injury?
At Elevated Health NYC, we are extremely familiar with the federal worker's compensation system. We have helped over 150 cases get accepted in just three years, showing our full commitment to those who have been injured on the job. If you have suffered a , we will work with you every step of the way to ensure you receive the treatment you need.
Even if you need a treatment we don't offer, like mental health services or surgery, our providers will be happy to refer you to a trusted specialist. We’ve worked to create a regional network of providers who accept federal workers' compensation cases and are committed to serving those who serve us.
Your well-being is our top priority, and we will do whatever it takes to help you get back to living your life comfortably.
How can I get started with Elevated Health NYC?
At Elevated Health NYC, we make it easy to get the natural, minimally invasive care you need for your arm or leg pain. To schedule your free consultation, simply fill out our short appointment request form online or give us a call at . We look forward to helping you find relief!