Conditions in Colorado Springs, CO

Get back to living pain free with Complete Chiropractic. We treat a variety of conditions with chiropractic treatments. From spinal alignments to massage therapy, we have treatment options to fit your specific needs and conditions.
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Bursitis is fluid inflammation between either your skin and a tendon or bone and tendon. It can be caused from gout, infection, trauma, or rheumatoid arthritis. Symptoms of bursitis include swelling, joint soreness or pain, and limited movement. If you suspect that you have bursitis, turn to Complete Chiropractic for treatment options to relieve your pain.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is the result of a compressed median nerve in the wrist. It is most common in people who perform excessive typing. Symptoms of carpal tunnel include tingling, weakness, numbness, and muscle atrophy in the fingers and hands. If you have carpal tunnel syndrome, turn to the experts at Complete Chiropractic for quality care and pain relief.


Fibromyalgia causes widespread pain throughout your muscles, tendons, joints, and other soft tissue. It can be caused by lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, or even develop on its own. In addition to pain, symptoms of fibromyalgia include headaches, depression, anxiety, and fatigue. Don't let fibromyalgia keep you from living your life. Call Complete Chiropractic today for more information about our fibromyalgia treatment options.

Joint Disease

The most common type of arthritis is joint disease because of the breakdown of cartilage. Joint disease usually affects middle-aged and older adults due to aging. Joint disease causes joint pain, swelling, and stiffness. If you are unable to move around as good as when you were younger, turn to Complete Chiropractic for treatment options.

Low Back Pain

Feeling pain in your lower back? Often lower back pain is caused by lifestyle and dieting choices which lead to spinal stress. It is a common condition in adults. If lower back pain is affecting your daily life, call Complete Chiropractic to relieve your lower back pain.


Osteoporosis is a bone disease in which the bones lose density through time. Osteoporosis is common in middle-aged and older adults because the body begins to naturally break down with age. Symptoms of osteoporosis include height loss, bone pain, and poor posture.


Ease pregnancy pains and discomfort with chiropractic treatments from Complete Chiropractic. Whether you are looking for pain relief during your pregnancy or looking to aid your recovery after pregnancy, you can trust Complete Chiropractic.


Sciatica causes pain starting from the lower back to the legs because of sciatic nerve irritation. In addition to pain, sciatica symptoms include limited movement in the feet, foot numbness, and overall weakness in the foot and knee.


Scoliosis causes the spine to curve out of place. The condition is usually developed during childhood. If not corrected early, scoliosis can become worse over time. Scoliosis symptoms include posture change, balance loss, and uneven bone structure.


Subluxation causes vertebrae displacement and hinders nerve protection. Subluxation can be triggered by auto accidents, improper lifting, stress, and bad posture. Symptoms of subluxation include limited motion range, abnormal spine, abnormal nervous system, and abnormal body function.

Tension Headaches

Relieve tension headaches with Complete Chiropractic. If you experience tightness across your forehead and on the sides or back of your head, turn to Complete Chiropractic for treatment options.


Torticollis is stiffness in the neck caused by excessive twisting of the head. Torticollis is common in newborns, infants, children, and adults.


Whiplash is soft tissue injury in the neck caused by sudden jerking of the head. Symptoms of whiplash include dizziness, blurred vision, irritability, vertigo, fatigue, pain, ringing ears, and nausea.
Turn to Complete Chiropractic for fast, lasting pain relief treatments. We offer a variety of treatment options to help heal your body naturally. Call us today at 719-593-0300 for more information about our treatment options.