Contact Karen Swirsky, Brighton based McTimoney Chiropractor to receive treatment that can relieve back, neck and shoulder pain and other joint discomfort.
McTimoney Chiropractic Technique
Try McTimoney chiropractic treatment and benefit from an effective, well established and highly regarded method. Developed more than 50 years ago by the late John McTimoney in Oxfordshire. The McTimoney method is only taught at the McTimoney College of Chiropractic in Abingdon. Around 150,000 new patients consult a McTimoney chiropractor each year.
Chiropractic is a straightforward method of adjusting the bones of your body to improve the alignment of your skeleton and through this process help your nervous system work more efficiently. The purpose of chiropractic is to realign and rebalance your body to relieve pain and discomfort and increase mobility.
A misalignment of the joints can occur for many reasons. Some of the most common are incorrect lifting and carrying, falls, car or sporting accidents, stress and poor posture. This can lead to pain, discomfort, numbness, pins and needles or restricted mobility.
The McTimoney method is well known for being a precise, whole body approach to chiropractic care. It is low force and comfortable to receive. McTimoney chiropractors use fast, accurate movements without the traditional, chiropractic 'cracking' feeling.
You may appreciate additional benefits you did not expect, as the process adjusts your whole body and not just the initial area of pain.
Chiropractors find that people benefit from periodic chiropractic care to prevent recurrence of problems. A maintenance programme is recommended after a course of treatment. The frequency varies and could be anything from monthly to annual follow up depending on the individual's circumstances.
To find out more about McTimoney Chiropractic
visit the McTimoney
Chiropractic Association website http://www.mctimoneychiropractic.org/
Get in touch with Karen Swirsky, McTimoney
0796 246 2763 for more information or to book an appointment or free spine check.
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org