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Soreness in Denver CO

chiropractic care for arm and leg pain

How Does This Happen?

When a physical problem does not go away or is not fully corrected, it can lead to a generalized stiffness in the joints commonly referred to as soreness. Soreness of course, can follow increased exertion and exercise. Soreness can lead to fatigue, decreased motivation, and mood changes.

What Can I Do To Help Myself?

The following general recommendations reduce soreness and will allow you to cope with your condition. Eat a balanced diet, take multivitamins, and stretch throughout the day. Hot baths may help, as well as light exercises like walking, water exercises, cycling, drinking lots of water, naps, stop smoking, and reducing stress.

It’s Still Bothering Me, Now What?

Soreness has everything to do with the various muscles and joints recovering fully. Our care gently re-aligns the various structures allowing for an optimal rate of recuperation. Athletes and weekend warriors seek our care regularly to facilitate the essential all important rest phase to rid their bodies of the soreness that follows their demanding programs.



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Care Chiropractic
1411 Krameria Street
Denver, CO 80220
(303) 394-2273

"Dr. V is fast, focused, and efficient. I don’t waste time sitting in a lobby, I walk in and get right on a table every time. He’s focused and gives me the care and treatment necessary. He maintains a personal connection without wasting my limited time. I strongly recommend him and his clinic."

Aaron Spriggs

"Dr. V is kind and seems to genuinely care about his patients. The staff members are very helpful and make the experience welcoming. I’m new to chiropractic care, but so far feel hopeful about getting better without medications or invasive interventions."

Cheryl Storey

"I love Dr. V and his staff, they are caring. When I started care I couldn’t lay flat, get up without help, or walk standing up straight. Now I feel WONDERFUL. I can do all the things I used to do. THANK YOU DR. V!"

Judy C.