Omaha Chiropractic Care for Wrist Pain

We Help Carpal Tunnel

The hand and wrist are made up of exceptional mechanics which comprise approximately twenty-five bones.  Attached to each bone are ligaments, tendons and muscles to help the wrist move side to side as well as up and down. With so many components to the hand and wrist, it is not surprising when tension or injury causes pain to this particular area.


Wrist and hand pain, numbness, tingling, and lost grip strength are all characteristic of common Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.  

We can realign and manipulate the bones of the wrist back into its proper aligned state, thus reducing tension on the surrounding ligaments, tendons and muscles. 


When a bone is out of place these connective tissues can become inflamed as it tries to overcompensate for the misalignment. A wrist adjustment performed by our chiropractor can aid the body to naturally heal itself by increasing blood circulation to the injured area and help relieve tension off the nerves to ultimately reduced pain, increase range of motion and speed recovery time.

If your experiencing pain in your wrist, an evaluation by us, your local chiropractor is highly recommended.

> No Appointment Needed. Walk-ins Are Welcome!

6918 Maple Street in Omaha

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At this time Koenig Chiropractic accepts most major health care insurance providers but we suggest you call and verify your insurance is accepted.

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6918 Maple Street, Omaha, NE 68104

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