What's Ailing You: Chiropractors

This week, News 12 Connecticut's What's Ailing You looks to a chiropractor for advice on how to alleviate stiffness and pain in the neck and

Greenwich-based chiropractor Amy O'Donnell first evaluates a patient's

Greenwich-based chiropractor Amy O'Donnell first evaluates a patient's problem area, checking on range of motion. (Credit: News 12)

NORWALK - This week, News 12 Connecticut's What's Ailing You looks to a chiropractor for advice on how to alleviate stiffness and pain in the neck and back.

Greenwich-based chiropractor Amy O'Donnell first evaluates a patient's problem area, checking on range of motion.

Then, in the case of knots in the shoulder area, O'Donnell uses a metal tool to apply steady pressure to break up scar tissue and stretch connective tissue.

Depending on the case, she says she may also use a laser that is designed to boost cell repair and alleviate inflammation and pain.

As far as finding a chiropractor in the first place, O'Donnell advises people to check their insurance lists to find a provider and look at the Connecticut Chiropractic Association website.

News 12 Connecticut wants to know, "What's Ailing You." You ask the medical question and we'll work to find you an expert's answer. Send your questions by way of Facebook or Twitter using the hashtag #WhatsAilingYou.

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