Dr. Trent J. Burrup is a Certified Chiropractic Extremity Practitioner (C.C.E.P.) and has been trained to treat multifaceted extremity problems both on and off the athletic field. Did you know that there is an intimate relationship and influence of one joint to every other joint in the body? Because of this, extremity adjusting is essential for providing quality health care for both athletic injuries and non-athletic extremity conditions.
“Extremities” means anything outside of the spine, for example ribs, knees, shoulders, feet and ankles, wrists and elbows. Some of the more common extremity conditions include carpal tunnel syndrome, frozen shoulder syndrome, plantar fasciitis, sprained joints, strained muscles, rotator cuff problems, bunions, arch pain, heel spurs, and separated shoulders. An extremity adjustment can help these conditions and many more.
For more information on Sports Injuries and non-athletic extremity adjusting, please see our Sports Injury Page.