Our Chiropractors do not just manage back pain they can also help with a wide range of conditions from head to toe:
Uncomplicated neck pain
Acute and chronic back pain
Osteo-arthritis (OA) and joint pain (as an addition to core OA treatments & exercise)
Prevention of migraine
Tension and inability to relax (through lifestyle advice)
Deep Tissue Massage
Muscle spasms and cramp
Your treatment will be supported with individual advice and guidance about lifestyle, work and exercise in order to help manage the condition. You may be recommended massage, ice or heat treatment and specific exercises which you can safely do at home.
The Maidenhead Podiatry and Chiropractic Clinic is in the Havelock Business Park with ample private parking, close to St Marks Hospital and offers not only full chiropractic services but also remedial and sports massage from our Massage Therapists.
BCA and GCC Registered Chiropractors Rebecca Rees BSc.(Chiro), Lucy Steel BSC MSc DC, and Grant Beirling MChiro are well established in Maidenhead and have over thirty years experience between them. Call 01628 773588 for more information or an appointment.
Why see a Chiropractor?
Chiropractic is a health profession that specialises in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of conditions involving back pain, the joints, muscles, ligaments and nerves and their effects on the function of the nervous system and general health.
People of all ages can benefit from chiropractic treatment. Chiropractors treat not only back pain but can also help with other musculoskeletal disorders such as aches and pains arising from the neck, shoulder problems and leg pain.
How long will chiropractic take to work?
The scientific evidence and guidelines for medical practitioners state that spinal manipulation can help back pain, especially if carried out within the first six weeks. The longer you have been in pain, the longer it may take to improve with treatment. You will be advised of your likely recovery time, and how to minimise the chances of the problem recurring.
Early treatment is important, but chiropractors are also effective at treating long-standing or chronic pain. We can help with everything from postural pain from driving or sitting at a computer to inherited or congenital problems. Come and talk to us if you’d like to find out more.
A pain in the heel? Both athletes and non-athletes suffer from heel pain, which affects around 10% of the population at some point in their lives. There are a number of potential causes, and these often occur in combination. If your heels are bothering you, our team of podiatrists can help identify the causes and create a plan to resolve the issue so that you can live pain-free. ...