No! Absolutely not. If what you think is raynaud's improves...You did not have true raynaud's. See a rheumatogist to make sure it is not asociated with a significant problem. You need to have subungual microscopic capillary studies. Most rheumatology specialists are equipped to perform this study and order appropriate tests.
Autoimmune. Chiropractic effects the brain and nervous system. The nervous system and immune system are so intertwined it is difficult to tell them apart. Raynauds being an autoimmune disorder may be effected by improving nerve/brain function. Many raynauds chiropractic patients have noted relief. With autoimmune disorders it is wise to have a health care team to work with to manage these conditions.
No. Chiropractic has no value for this condition.