If you’re at the end of your tether with back pain, then why not seek help from your local McTimoney Chiropractor? They specialise in treating your aches and pains without using medication or surgery. McTimoney Chiropractors assess and evaluate your entire body, fully examining all the joints in your body from head to toe. McTimoney Chiropractors have a very finely tuned sense of touch, and their adjustments are considered to be gentle, swift and accurate. They focus on misalignments of the vertebrae and other bones, manipulating and realigning them to help ease pain and discomfort.
Because of how gentle the treatment is, people of all ages can take advantage of the McTimoney technique. Realigning your body can have many benefits to your overall wellbeing and help boost your nervous system. Initially after a treatment you might feel slight stiffness or tiredness. This may be followed by a fantastic sense of wellbeing, combined with relief from stress and pain as well as increased mobility.
The aim of a McTimoney Chiropractor is to avoid medication, and focus on kick starting the body’s own self healing mechanism. The series of fast and gentle movements is completely safe and generally pain free. McTimoney Chiropractors will also offer you advice on your posture and how to avoid future recurrence of your problems whether it be your neck, back or any other joint.
McTimoney Chiropractors are all trained at the McTimoney College of Chiropractic, where they are taught the same gentle and precise methods which are conducted during the treatment. The practise is not only used for back and neck pain, but also migraines, muscular pain and stiffness of joints. Although our bodies are very adaptable, accidents in everyday life can cause discomfort and pain. Carrying something heavy incorrectly or even sleeping in an awkward angle can trigger a problem. Taking painkillers will only mask the problem, but chiropractors seek to find the source of the pain and treat it once and for all.
At your first appointment your McTimoney Chiropractor will ask you about your medical history and will want to know about your general wellbeing. How many sessions you require depends on how serious your problem is and the length of time that you’ve had it but your chiropractor will discuss this with you.