Examination and Treatment

What will the examination involve?

We will combine information gained from your questionnaire, previous history, examination, x-rays and then meet you again to discuss his findings, and create a treatment plan for you. The plan will highlight what we aim to achieve in partnership with you and targets will be set. Genetic and lifestyle factors such as age, diet, smoking, alcohol consumption, exercise, emotional state and home or workplace environment will influence recovery rates dramatically, so patients with the same diagnosis will respond at different rates and in different ways. It is therefore important that the treatment plan is kept under regular review and that you are fully involved in the process. It is also important that you comply with your side of the healing process by following any advice, rehabilitation or exercise programmes you are given.

This will maximise the effect of treatment, speeding recovery and reducing relapses. 


To indicate the presence of a Structural Shift a Complete Structural Examination is undertaken.  Structural Chiropractors will often utilize researched objective indicators including:


• Spinal Structural X-rays (when clinically required)

• Digital Spinal Structural Photo Analysis.

• 3-D Structural Analysis.

• Neurological and Orthopedic Testing.

• Chiropractic Segmental Spinal Analysis

A typical Chiropractic treatment

Once you fully understand the report of findings and have given your consent, your chiropractor will make the necessary adjustments to your spine. Some adjustments may make a popping sound, due to gas bubbles released when a stiff joint is freed up, but treatment is usually not painful and often brings considerable immediate relief.


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