Chiropractors are specialists in diagnosing and treating all types of musculoskeletal conditions (problems with the joints, ligaments, tendons and nerves of the body) from back, neck, shoulder & arm pain to hip & knee pain, osteoarthritis, pain associated with pregnancy & childcare. As primary health care professionals, chiropractors are able to order further tests and imaging (e.g. Xrays and MRI scans) if necessary. You do not need a GP referral to visit – simply call us to make an appointment. For more information on the common conditions chiropractors can help with, click here.
Once your condition has been diagnosed, our chiropractors provide safe, gentle, effective treatments designed to relieve pain and restore normal function and alignment to your body. Treatment techniques range from classic mobilisations and manipulations to acupuncture, cranial technique, exercise/stretching advice and rehabilitation. All treatment programmes are tailored to individual needs and we are always happy to discuss any concerns you may have prior to starting treatment.
Healthcare works best when we all work together. We work as a team with a network of other health care professionals, GPs, consultants and diagnostic services to provide fast and comprehensive access to the best and most affordable health care. Part of our service includes keeping your GP informed of your progress with us, but we are also happy to liaise with employers, insurance companies and other healthcare professionals to ensure your journey back to health is as easy to navigate as possible. And if we cannot help you, we will always refer you to a specialist who can.
In addition to treatments, your chiropractor will provide ongoing lifestyle advice to help aid recovery and prevent problems reoccurring. This includes postural and dietary advice and recommendations on therapeutic and rehabilitative exercises and stretches you can easily do at home.
Call us on 0117 9723 518 to book an appointment or for a free, no obligation chat to find out how we can help you.