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What Are The Risks Of Chiropractic Treatment?

What are the risks of chiropractic treatment?

Chiropractic & Chiropractor

If your back has finally given up and you are thinking about chiropractic treatment as the solution, then you’ve found the right place.

Our chiropractors are fully registered and qualified with the General Chiropractic Council and have been providing some of the most effective treatments for back and neck pain since 2000. They use gentle, but focused techniques to relieve muscle spasm, stiff joints and aching limbs.

Chiropractor Treatment

Is available at our Cambridge, Peterborough, and Spalding, Huntingdon, Kings Lynn and Stamford clinics. With a team of over thirty practitioners, including Chiropractors, Osteopaths and Physiotherapists, your health is in good hands.

With free consultations available, why not call today.

Can I Have Chiropractic On My Private Medical Insurance?

Many private health insurance schemes give benefit for chiropractic treatment. Some companies will reimburse the total fee or pay a percentage of the costs.

Contact the helpline of your insurance company who will explain the actual benefits and methods of claim for your individual policy.

What Is Chiropractic?

Chiropractic is a health care profession which specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders affecting the neuro-musculo-skeletal system of the body (ie conditions affecting nerves, muscles and joints) using manipulation (quick but specific and gentle movements applied to the joints by hand) as well as other supportive techniques for example soft tissue techniques to the muscles and ligaments. Chiropractic treatment is similar to osteopathy, and in many cases there is an overlap in both techniques and conditions treated. Our reception team will be able to explain which would suit you best.

To normalise function to these systems, there by aiding natural healing of the body without the use of medication or surgery.

What To Expect From A Chiropractor

Initial consultation will involve a case history , physical examination, an explanation of diagnosis and treatment and if appropriate and with consent some treatment.

Subsequent sessions involve a brief chat about progress, examination and treatment which may include manipulation of the spine and or other joints as necessary soft tissue massage , stretching, mobilisation techniques, exercises and advice (some or all of the above)

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