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Treatment

 

Treatment is on an individual, one-to-one basis. It will usually be offered at the first visit, and often involves manipulation of the spinal joints.

 

Most conditions have a considerable amount of both joint and muscle involvement. A wide range of manipulation techniques are used, and these improve the function of the joints, relieving pain. Deep tissue techniques are also used on tight muscles or those that are in spasm.

 

Acupuncture

 

There is growing evidence in support of the effectiveness of acupuncture in treating some conditions. See evidence

 

Acupuncture is performed using sterile, disposable needles. These needles are much finer than those normally used in injections, and are not generally painful. A tingling sensation or a mild ache in the area around the needle may be felt when the needle is stimulated.

 

Acupuncture is often used in this clinic as part of the treatment strategy. It is not used with every patient and your chiropractor will explain if they feel it is appropriate for your condition.

 

 

How can I help myself?

 

Chiropractors support the treatment they offer with advice on suitable stretches, exercises, improvements to posture, as well as changes that could be made to the work environment. This is to help in managing the condition and preventing a reoccurrence of the problem.

 

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