Chronic Fatigue Symptoms and Treatment in Parkersburg, West Virginia

Trust Akers Chiropractic Clinic to Take Away the Aches

Regular chiropractic care can be an effective part of pain management associated with chronic fatigue syndrome. Fatigue is a fairly common complaint that patients may experience; however, chronic fatigue is often a sign of one or more negative health factors. For persons experiencing poor health resulting in chronic fatigue, chiropractic care can be an effective way to address some of the tenderness and physical pain associated with chronic fatigue. Contact Dr. Akers at Akers Chiropractic Clinic today for an appointment to review your specific chronic fatigue symptoms at (304) 865-1295.

Chronic Fatigue Associated with Other Physical Symptoms

Patients who experience fatigue associated with other disorders such as fibromyalgia or disruptions with thyroid or adrenal glands may also experience:

  • Constipation/Digestive Problems
  • Difficulty Thinking
  • Dryness of Skin
  • Hoarseness
  • Intolerance to Cold
  • Muscle Cramps
  • Muscle Weakness
  • Puffy Eyes
  • Slow or Poor Memory

Alone or in combination, these symptoms may signal a need to ‘rule out’ things that may be causing fatigue, such as allergies. These symptoms may also be clues to possible treatment options.

Nonpharmaceutical Intervention and Dietary Changes for Chronic Fatigue

After thorough evaluation, Dr. Akers will outline some of the ways chiropractic care can be appropriate to treat the variety of symptoms associated with chronic fatigue. Through nonpharmaceutical intervention, such as supplements, lifestyle, and dietary changes, patients learn the types of foods and activities that can help the body heal. Many patients “try” chiropractic as another way to find wellness when conventional treatments and medications lose their efficacy. When your list of symptoms increases instead of reducing, it may be a good time to speak with Dr. Akers about other options.

Some Causes of Painful Chronic Fatigue Symptoms and Inflammation

Patients may be visiting their family doctor already and may consider chiropractic care yet another way to help manage the painful symptoms and inflammation of chronic fatigue. Some of the causes for inflammation in the body may correspond to endocrine and immunologic disorders, such as changes in the thyroid gland, excessive amounts of stress or trauma. There are effective chiropractic and holistic treatments for many painful chronic fatigue symptoms that can help patients find wellness.





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