We want to help you return to your best level of health, that's why we strive to help our patients overcome their difficulties through pain relief, correction and maintenance treatments. At our clinic we offer Chiropractic, Physiotherapy and Massage care.
What is Chiropractic?
The word ‘Chiropractic’ means ‘do by hand’ and originates from Ancient Greek, where chiro- means ‘hand’ + and praktikos ‘practical’, from prattein ‘do’. Chiropractic is a practice based on the diagnosis and manipulative treatment of misalignments of the joints, especially those of the spinal column, which are believed to cause other disorders by affecting the nerves, muscles, and organs.
How can Chiropractic care help me?
At our clinic we offer treatments for the following conditions:
- Back pain
- Neck pain
- ‘Pinched’ or ‘trapped’ nerves
- Sciatica and disc problems
- Management of the symptoms of Arthritis
- Leg and arm pain
- Whiplash injuries
Sports injuries including:
- Knee injuries
- Shoulder injuries
- Wrist problems
- Golfers and tennis elbow
- Sprain and strain injuries
- Frozen shoulder
Chiropractic care can be used to treat acute and long-term conditions. At our clinic we offer treatments for posture / spinal correction and misalignments.
It is safe to use Chiropractic at any age, starting from newborns as well as in pregnancy.
Physiotherapy can be helpful for people of all ages with a wide range of health conditions, including:
- Sports injuries
- Knee, ankle & foot pain
- Tendon & ligament problems
- Overuse injuries
- Shoulder problems
- Tennis & golfers elbow
- Post-surgical rehabilitation
- Muscle tears & sprains
Our experienced practitioners use modalities such as Electrotherapy & Ultrasound as well as Hydrotherapy & Decompression table.
We also offer Shockwave therapy to treat the most challenging and persistent tendon/fascia and muscular problems.
Posture / Spinal Correction
This condition is the most well-known abnormal spine curvature. It is defined as a sideways C- or S-shaped curve of the spine, affecting the middle back, lower back, or both.
If your upper back is rounded with a curve greater than 50 degrees, you may have kyphosis.
Also called swayback, lordosis is characterised by an exaggerated inward curve of the lower spine.
These spinal misalignments can be congenital or occur during later years and can have a negative impact on someone’s quality of life.
Forward Head Carriage:
It is a very common neck misalignment which is caused mainly by modern ways of life. It can affect people who work in offices for long hours or people with kyphosis.
All the spinal misalignments should not be addressed solely, but as a part of a complete treatment for whole spine as our spine is one unit.
If you’re tired of your abnormal spine curvature getting in the way of your daily activities and impacting your physical appearance, book now to arrange an appointment with one of our practitioners. We’ll help you decide which treatment path is right for you as we offer a variety of treatment options and we can assess your condition with precision through the use of our on-site digital X-ray facilities.
In our recently refurbished, relaxing and calm centre we offer a variety of Massage treatments, such as Sports, Deep tissue and Lymphatic. Massage can be very helpful for treating mental and emotional stress and can compliment Chiropractic care effectively. Studies show that Chiropractic and Massage have great results as Chiropractic aims to align the spine, restore normal nerve function and muscle tension, whereas Massage therapy will help relax any muscle tension you might have.
Neck and shoulder pain
Neck pain, shoulder pain, rotator cuff, referred arm pain, arthritis can cause discomfort and headaches.
Lower back pain
Chronic or acute, local or referred. Joint or disc problems like lumbar herniation or disc bulge, nerve compression and muscle issues.
Posture / Spinal Correction
Postural misalignments cause pain and discomfort. Office jobs and the ways of modern life don’t help. Also, scoliosis.
Sacroiliac or SI joints problems causing hip pain or referred pain to the legs. Also, coccyx pain.
Known as sciatica, caused by lumbar disc herniation, joint or intense muscle problems. Pain, numbness, pins and needles to the legs.
Disc problems like lumbar herniation or disc bulge, nerve compression. Can cause sciatica, pain, numbness, pins and needles to the legs.
Headaches (caused by neck problems)
Upper or lower neck nerve compression, muscle strain or bad neck posture can cause headaches.
Thoracic outlet syndrome
Compression around your neck and shoulders causing pain and numbness to your arm.
Tennis & Golfer’s Elbow
Epicondylitis, inflammation of the tendons around your elbow. Can take a long time to recover if left untreated.