If you've suffered an injury that sports massage alone just won't resolve, your GP may recommend that you visit a chiropractor. But what does a chiropractor do and how could one help you? Here's a brief overview to help you understand what to expect at the chiropractor's clinic. What is a chiropractor? Chiropractors work in conjunction with other medical professionals in order to help provide pain relief for injuries to joints, muscles and connective tissue.
28 July 2015
If you've got a spinal injury or have a sore spine in general, then a visit to the chiropractor may be on the cards. Seeking chiropractic treatment may entail more than a few visits, but the results are well worth it when you restore that normal feeling in your spinal region. A good chiropractor will do everything in his power to relieve your symptoms as quickly as possible with the least amount of treatments or medication.
22 July 2015
Repetitive strain injury to the neck can occur when you regularly subject your neck to repetitive tasks or movements or you hold your neck muscles in one position for long periods of time. Repetitive strain injury can damage the muscles and tendons in your neck, causing them to tighten and compress the nerves in your neck. Here's an overview of the symptoms of repetitive strain injury to the neck and the treatment options:
21 July 2015
A chiropractor is a professional who performs manual manipulation of the spine as well as targeted massages on the back, neck, hips, and shoulder areas. Visiting a chiropractor is often referred to as getting an adjustment, because of how the spine is twisted and then made to relax. If you've never thought about visiting a chiropractor for such an adjustment, note a few ways they can benefit you: 1. Back and neck pain
13 July 2015