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Thigh, Knee and Foot Pain

Thigh, Knee and Foot Pain

Thigh, Knee, and Foot Pain and Chiropractic

Whether you’re getting ready for a marathon in Charlotte North Carolina, going for a hike through the greenway, or simply checking out the city life. Don’t let leg pain, knee pain, or inner ankle pain slow you down. Pain in the thigh, knee, or foot maybe contributed to the lumbar spine and the nerves in that exit through those vertebrae. Or it could be caused by direct trauma, a twisted ankle, a sports injury, or just simple overuse.

Leg pain is very common. Whether your thigh, knee, or foot is affected, it can be very painful. Leg pain can be caused by a number of different injuries or diseases. Typically, leg pain is caused by inflammation of tissues. Inflammation can be on both legs or just one. How your feet, ankles, knees, and thighs contact the ground can have a direct relationship on your lower back, mid back, and neck. Letting these issues go on without having them examined can lead to osteoarthritis and decreased mobility.

Don’t let surgery be your only option, at Beyond Wellness Chiropractic Center, P.C. we specialize in musculoskeletal injuries and we’ve been getting the Charlotte community back onto the road to better health for the last 10 years 


  • Weakness
  • Numbness
  • Throbbing pain
  • Cramping
  • Aching
  • Tingling sensation


How Chiropractic Can Help

Chiropractic care can help various types of leg, knee and ankle pain.  A recent study discovered that spinal manipulation of the ankle can improve grade I and grade II ankle sprains.  At Beyond Wellness Chiropractic Center, we focus our approach on identifying the root cause of your pain and work to correct the underlying cause. Once we have identified the cause of your problem, we will work with you to correct the cause, not just mask the symptoms like painkillers do. If you do not treat the cause, your pain will continue to get worse and can lead to surgery.

“From my experience, personal connections and continuous care are the most important things. Therefore I always take the time to get to know my patients.”

Dr. Kevin Lyons

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