Treatment & Fees

Chiropractors at the clinic are skilled in numerous highly effective techniques which are utilized to treat a variety of complaints. Combined they create a strong, mobile and durable skeleton.

Adjustments (Specific Manipulations)

Manipulation is the term used to describe the specific movements that are applied to spinal segments to free the restrictions within the joints, restoring their movement. Manipulations also help decrease pain and inflammation Manipulation is a very safe procedure when conducted by fully trained chiropractors. A crack or ‘popping’ sound is often produced by the procedure.

Deep Tissue Sports Massage

This massage technique is used to relax the spasm and alleviate the pain of aggravated muscle.

Dry Needling

This is a form of western based acupuncture to relieve the pain and spasm from troublesome muscles and joints.

Rehabilitation

It is our intention to provide treatment programs that not only correct the underlying complaint, but rehabilitate the area to reduce the possibility of a future recurrence.

Rehabilitation involves exercises that strengthen weak musculature and stretches relaxing musculature which is in spasm. Combinations of these specific exercises mobilise the joints maintaining the nerve supply travelling through the spine.

Applied Kinesiology

Applied kinesiology is a form of diagnosis using muscle strength testing as a primary feedback mechanism to examine how a person’s body is functioning. The Muscles are then activated utilizing lymphatic reflex points.

Kinesio Taping

 

Trigenics

Trigenics is a treatment system that involves using functional neurology to reset the way the brain communicates with the body.  

 

Ergonomic Advice

Your chiropractor will also advise you on the correct postures we should apply when sitting, sleeping, driving, working and lifting etc.

Nutrition

You may be advised to alter your diet slightly or take additional supplements to accelerate your recovery.

Fees

Initial consultation Fee Including 1st Treatment: £35

Treatment Fee: £35

Medical reports: £160