Back pain, Foot/ Leg injuries, Headaches, Hip problems, Mobility issues, Neck & shoulder pain, Sports injuries
This simply allows chiropractors to adjust various joints throughout the body, whether it’s the spine or somewhere else. Your chiropractor’s hands are used to apply pressure to the affected area, and in a spinal adjustment this is often accompanied by a ‘pop’ or ‘crack’. This is the result of gasses moving within the joints and is nothing to worry about.
There are many different types of soft tissue within your body: muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia, can all cause problems or become irritated due to other problems within your body. Sometimes, massage is necessary to alleviate ‘tightness’ or other problems in those areas. It’s not necessary in every case, but is sometimes an option.
A great complement to chiropractic, acupuncture, or 'dry-needling' can help alleviate pain and dysfunction. Acupuncture can be used to treat a huge variety of conditions and works by stimulating the nervous system in order to promote healing, and although not used in every case it can have some real benefits when combined with manual adjustments.