CONDITIONS I TREAT
Below are a list of some of the common conditions I successfully treat on a regular basis. While people's symptoms are different our process of treating you always starts the same way, with an initial consultation. This will establish a full diagnosis of your condition, allowing me to form a treatment plan best suited for you so we give you the best chance of recovery.
Back pain affects around 80% of people at some stage in their lifetime, this equates to around 52 million people in the UK and has been increasing over recent years.
Those who suffer from neck pain, usually complain of dull and achy persistent pain around the neck and upper shoulders area, plus limited head movement.
Shoulder pain is a very common complaint, you should seek treatment for shoulder pain that persists beyond a few days.
Whiplash is caused by a sudden movement of the head. This movement causes significant damage to the supporting muscles, ligaments and other connective tissues in the neck and upper back.
If you are suffering from pain, numbness or a tingling sensation that radiates from your lower back and travels down one of your legs then it’s likely you are suffering from sciatica.
Many musculoskeletal complaints arise from injuries sustained in sports. Whether you are an amateur sports enthusiast or a top-flight professional, your body is prone to the same kinds of injuries.
Chiropractic treatment can alleviate this dysfunction, reducing the pressure on various nerves, which then alleviates pain associated with TMJ.
Headaches and migraines can affect all people at some time in their life. Occasional suffering is bad enough, but regular head pain can make life really debilitating.
There are many things that can cause plantar fasciitis, including injury from a fall or excessive exercise. Arthritis can also cause this condition.
Vertigo is a common complaint, especially after head and neck trauma, coming from problems in the inner ear, or disturbances in pathways in the nervous system.
There’s no getting away from the fact that life with arthritis can be difficult. But by making a few simple adjustments it is possible to take control, and lead a full and active life.
If you experience a sore, achy shoulder, elbow or knee, you may have tendonitis. Like many injuries, it’s an inflammation usually caused by repetition.