Monday, 17 December 2018

There’s always a reason for back pain

ARE you one of the hundreds of people suffering from back pain in the Henley area?

ARE you one of the hundreds of people suffering from back pain in the Henley area?

There is always a reason for pains and other symptoms. Don’t just kill or ignore your pain, listen to your body and take the appropriate action today!

What do our chiropractors do?

We employ a wide range of proven techniques that will be tailored to your specific needs and may include manual manipulation, mobilisation, soft tissue techniques, cranial work, home exercises, nutritional advice and postural advice.

What do we specialise in?

We specialise in low back pain, neck pain and headaches. Other commonly treated conditions are sports injuries, leg and arm pain, sciatica, pins and needles, migraines, colic and restlessness in babies. For further information regarding other conditions treated, please contact the clinic.

Who do we treat?

Our clinic is purpose-built and has four ground floor treatment rooms and full disabled access. We therefore cater for all age groups and abilities â?? even if you are pregnant or in severe pain.

Emergencies are normally seen the same day!

What happens on the first visit?

A comprehensive case history and a full body analysis of your condition will be carried out. If you are in acute discomfort you can receive treatment during this visit.

Frequently asked questions

Chiropractic care is deemed very safe and was one of the therapies available to athletes during the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Chiropractic care is recommended for the treatment of spinal pain by the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE).

We are covered by most major health insurers, including BUPA and AXA.

We are in direct contact with GPs, consultants and other health care professionals.

We have free on-site parking.

For further information on any of the treatments available, or to make an appointment, call (01491) 578833 or visit

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