San Francisco Chiropractor Review: Wrist Pain

San Francisco Chiropractor Review Wrist Pain Every week Executive Express Chiropractic San Francisco profiles a patient that has achieved outstanding results with our unique brand of chiropractic, massage, exercise, and TLC. Our Patient of the Week is Callen Carter. Callen had been suffering with chronic wrist and elbow pain for over 6 months when she decided to seek care from our wrist pain doctors in San Francisco. Callen reports she is now 95% hand pain free and things are returning to normal. Listen to what Callin has to say about us:

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Eben Davis

I am a Chiropractor in the San Francisco Financial District specializing in chronic neck, arm and hand pain. I also treat herniated discs using spinal decompression, whiplash, sports injuries, headaches, and Fibromyalgia. My clinic is certified in the use of Deep Tissue Laser Therapy with the LiteCure LCT-1000 for conditions such as shoulder pain, TMJ and Plantar Fasciitis. I have been in practice for over 20 years.

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0 thoughts on “San Francisco Chiropractor Review: Wrist Pain

  1. Dr. Eben Davis

    Many wrist pain patients do not realize that some chiropractors are wrist pain experts. Adjustments to the wrist, laser therapy, special exercises, ergonomic instructions, and even sleeping postures, can help a repetitive stress injury heal in a short period of time.

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  2. Kate Hewlett

    “I have learned that working at the computer with your hand bent up toward you is a common cause of this type of tendonitis, is this true? my work requires a lot of computer work and I’m a bit concerned about this. What about sitting posture, will this contribute as well in having wrist pain?

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  3. Mary Alex

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  4. Tyra Neil

    “I do have a broken bone in my wrist and I want to know more about the treatment. I find it amazing on how this could be cured totally. You have my email address, can you please send me some more information? Thank you!

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  5. Donna Saunders

    “This is great news! I recently viewed the video about Callin and was awed about the result. I will recommend this site to my family and friends

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  6. Mariah Tracy

    “How can you distinguish ischemic tendonitis from carpal tunnel syndrome? My mom has been asking me about it but I don’t have any idea. Please kindly send me more information, thanks and I really appreciate it!

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  7. Alicia Peters

    “Many of my friends tell me that I have tendonitis, although I’m not quite sure if it is true, if so, how can I cure it? I’m a believer of the video on this article and that’s why I am very eager to know more about wrist pain as well.

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  8. Dr. Eben Davis

    Hi Kate, yes it’s best to only have the hands slightly bent when typing. A more neutral position is ideal…with just a little bit of natural extension. That’s how we teach our San Francisco chiropractic patients to prevent wrist pain.

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  9. Dr. Eben Davis

    Tendonitis is common. I would ice the wrists and I would visit a chiropractor that specializes in wrist pain like we do in San Francisco. Google “wrist pain” and your city. Read about them first and see if they have an patient reviews you can listen to or read. If you need help finding someone email me: ebendavis@yahoo.com.

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  10. Dr. Eben Davis

    The fact that you have broken a bone in your wrist makes you more prone to carpal tunnel syndrome as the healed bone can cause friction on the flexor tendons inside the carpal tunnel.

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  11. Dr. Eben Davis

    Tendonitis means inflamed tendons. When the flexor tendons of the wrist are inflamed it can cause pressure on the median nerve inside the carpal tunnel…this IS carpal tunnel syndrome. You should be checked by a hand pain doctor in San Francisco or wherever you live. I prefer chiropractors that specialize in upper extremities like we do at Executive Express Chiropractic.

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  12. Dick Mary

    “This is very informative mainly with regard to wrist pain. I wish you will continue to make more video reviews from your patients. I would also appreciate if you would have further blogs and reviews for neck pain. Thanks.

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    Many wrist pain patients do not realize that some chiropractors are wrist pain experts. Adjustments to the wrist, laser therapy, special exercises, ergonomic instructions, and even sleeping postures, can help a repetitive stress injury heal in a short period of time.

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  15. Deborah Spagnuolo

    You wouldn’t think that just working at your desk can cause pain, but it sure can sometimes. Congrats Callen. I’m sure life must be getting better with less pain.

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  16. Dr. Eben Davis

    In a way, sitting at a computer is much harder on your body than even manual labor. Life is motion. Sitting for long periods over time can not only harm the neck and back from over-use syndromes…but can also harm the heart and the cardiovascular system because they just don’t get enough work.

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