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Symptoms may include pain in the area of the herniation that may radiate across the hips or into the buttocks.
Posture is the window to the spine, usually developed from your lifestyle, habits & the way you sit.
Research indicates upper cervical trauma as an underlying cause for many types of headaches.
Neck pain (Cervical pain), is commonly caused by bad posture, poor ergonomics, poor sleeping patterns & awkward sitting positions.
Back pain can be painful, debilitating, persistent and recurrent for some. Plus, it can happen anywhere along the spine.
“During my examination, l was shocked to see that my spine was not straight. After the doctors explanation, I understood why I was having my lower back problems. My review X-rays shows how much my spine has improved!"
Standing and sitting even for a short period of time would cause pain in my lower back.
“During my first adjustment, I was afraid that it would be painful. But to my surprise, it was not! I could feel an immediate relief of the tension in my neck. My posture and mood is way better now that the pain is no longer there.”
I had tension in my neck for many years, which is accompanied by headaches and dizzy spells. I was referred to a physiotherapist and went for close to 8 months but there not much difference.
Most healthcare schemes cover chiropractic treatments, either to address both ongoing and initial care.
Most people who have chiropractic treatment pay for it privately. It usually costs around £30 to £80 per session. You do not need to see a GP before making an appointment, but it is best to speak to them for advice first.
Absolutely. Many pregnant ladies have reported improvement in posture and spinal conditions from chiropractic care during pregnancy.
Age really is no barrier! Treatment is safe for people of any age; procedures differ for the very young, those with bone disease such as osteoporosis and the elderly.
Chiropractors treat low back pain, neck pain. general aches and pains including those of joints, muscle spasms and cramp, frozen shoulder and tennis elbow arising from associated musculoskeletal conditions of the back and neck. They also treat joint pains including hip and knee pain from osteoarthritis alongside core osteoarthritis treatments and exercise. Chiropractic can also help with headaches secondary to neck problems and prevention of migraine type headaches.
If indicated as safe and necessary, the chiropractor may decide (at their discretion) to adjust on your first visit. However, this is not a normal practice.
Chiropractors are highly trained on the diagnosis and treatment of neuromuscular disorders, with an emphasis on treatments which include, joint manipulation, patient education, physical therapy modalities, manual therapy, nutrition and rehabilitation exercises. Chiropractic adjustments involve qualified practitioners applying, using their hands or a small instrument, specific and controlled thrust to a spinal joint to improve the movement of the spine as well as your body’s physical function.
Chiropractic care is highly regarded for its scientifically proven results in treating/ helping with back pain, neck pain, headaches, bad posture, sciatica and certain/many other conditions. It is also important to note that chiropractic care can provide practical preventative care to optimise a person’s overall health and wellbeing.
Your Chiropractor should have completed a 5 - year full time degree or postgraduate master's course recognised by the General Chiropractic Council.
In the UK, chiropractic is a regulated profession. In common with medical practitioners and dentists, all chiropractors are registered by law under the Chiropractors Act 1994, and the title ‘Chiropractor’ is protected under this legislation. The profession is statutorily regulated through the General Chiropractic Council (GCC) and it is illegal to practice as a chiropractor without being registered with the GCC.