Semimembranosus Muscle Pain in Garden City, MI

Semimembranosus

Leading an active lifestyle is one of the best things you can do for your health.

But unfortunately, sometimes your active lifestyle can lead to pulled muscles, strains, and pain. Issues including semimembranosus muscle pain are very common in those taking exercise regularly and can range from mild to severe.

The semimembranosus tendon attaches one of the muscles on the backside of the thigh (hamstring muscles) to the hip bone and the shinbone. Feeling pain in this area is due to inflammation, usually caused by damage to the tendon, and severe damage could lead to difficulty standing or walking.

Semimembranosus muscle pain is easy to treat providing you use the right approach.

Michigan Chiropractic Specialists Drs. Adam and Amanda Apfelblat are professionals and experts in a wide range of chiropractic treatments. Using state-of-the-art technology and equipment, and a friendly and caring approach, they will make sure you are looked after from your first examination to your eventual diagnosis and treatment.

Chiropractic treatment of semimembranosus muscle pain can help relieve pressure on the muscles and surrounding nerves and promote muscular and spinal health. Using deep tissue procedures, Michigan Chiropractic Specialists take time and effort to increase soft tissue motion of the hamstrings and surrounding musculature.

It’s important you feel confident in our ability to make you feel healthy, so we pride ourselves on building a relationship with you from the moment we meet you. On your first appointment, you will receive a full examination looking at various areas of your body, so we can understand your overall health, while your particular concerns will be our focus.

Semimembranosus Muscle Pain

Once you have experienced a hamstring injury, you are more likely to experience it again, so we are committed to ensuring you return to your active, healthy lifestyle with the support and knowledge you need to remain safe and pain-free.

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