Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Specialist


Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Specialist

Chiropractor in Dunedin, Largo, Riverview and St. Petersburg, FL

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome services offered in Dunedin, Largo, Riverview and St. Petersburg, FL

If you’ve been diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome, you know that finding relief can be challenging and frustrating. At Spinal Correction Centers, with offices in Dunedin, Largo, Riverview, and St. Petersburg, Florida, Stephen Steller, DC, and a team of chiropractic providers can help you manage this condition, so you enjoy a high quality of life. Call the closest office today or use this website to schedule online. 


Q & A

What is chronic fatigue syndrome?

Chronic fatigue syndrome is a hard-to-diagnose disorder. The major symptom is extreme fatigue that persists for six months or longer and can’t be tied to another underlying condition. 

 

You may experience occasions when the fatigue worsens, such as with physical or mental stress. Rest and sleep don’t resolve the fatigue. 

 

Chronic fatigue syndrome can keep you from living life to the fullest. You may miss work often, find yourself socially isolated, and feel depressed.

What are the symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome?

Chronic fatigue syndrome can be frustrating. You may experience:

 

  • Sleep that doesn’t feel refreshing
  • Difficulties with memory, focus, and concentration
  • Dizziness that worsens when you stand after lying down or sitting
  • Sore throat and enlarged lymph nodes in your neck or armpits
  • Headaches
  • Unexplained muscle or joint pain
  • Extreme exhaustion after physical or mental exercise

 

Why people develop chronic fatigue syndrome isn’t fully understood. It may result from a viral infection, immune system problems, hormonal imbalances, or psychological stress. 

 

The disorder can’t be definitively diagnosed either. Rather, it’s diagnosed by ruling out other possible health problems that could be causing your symptoms. 

How does a chiropractor treat chronic fatigue syndrome?

Chronic fatigue syndrome can be difficult to treat, especially in the traditional medical system. At Spinal Correction Centers, the providers take your symptoms seriously and recognize that your condition may originate in neurological dysfunction of the spine. 

 

Your nervous system helps create energy by delivering nerve impulses from the brain to the spine and then to all points of the body. This energy system doesn't work properly if vertebral misalignments compromise the spinal cord. The result is physical and mental fatigue. 

 

By realigning the spine with gentle maneuvers, your specialist can correct the underlying cause 

of chronic fatigue syndrome. Chiropractic care helps reopen the energy pathways within your nervous system. 

 

Complementary treatments offered include nutrition and lifestyle recommendations. Your chiropractor advises you on improving your diet, discontinuing unhelpful medications, introducing sleep hygiene habits, and implementing stress reduction techniques. 

 

If you have chronic fatigue syndrome, experience how chiropractic care can help you manage your condition. Call Spinal Correction Centers today or use this website to schedule your appointment online.