Back Pain can be one of the most debilitating of problems leading to stress, anxiety and more back pain. Many people can find themselves in this seemingly never ending cycle. This can be especially problematic for the self-employed as more and more working days are lost due to back pain.
But it’s not all bad news . . . we have seen thousands of patients over our years in practice and a very high percentage of those patients have found themselves back on the road to recovery in no time at all – even when there seemed to be no light at the end of the tunnel.
The important point to remember is that the cause must be found and corrected.
To help find that cause we offer:
- A Private Consultation with the Doctor of Chiropractic
- A Thorough Examination including Neurological, Orthopaedic & Blood Pressure Tests
- X-Rays, if necessary
- A Verbal Report of our Findings and thorough Explanation of the X-Rays
After which you should know more about your body and the problems you are experiencing than you ever have before. Whether you go ahead with treatment as always is entirely your decision.
Call TODAY for an Appointment.
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