Chiropractic

Chiropractic and how it can Help

Chiropractic comes from the greek ‘Kheir’, meaning hand and ‘Pracktikos’, meaning to practice, therefore the full meaning is ‘to do or practice by hand’.

Chiropractic is a very safe primary contact healthcare profession concerned with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system, and the effects of these disorders on the function of the nervous system and general health. There is an emphasis on manual treatments including spinal adjustment and other joint and soft-tissue manipulation.

Chiropractors are known mostly for working on the spine however nowadays they work with all joints and soft tissues of the body. Chiropractic is not a specific treatment method per se but rather it encompasses a wide range of different manual modalities and techniques with emphasis on spinal joint adjustments. Chiropractic is, therefore, a profession rather than a treatment method.

If you are interested in a brief history of chiropractic, follow this link

Neil uses a diverse approach to patient management that includes diversified technique, Advanced Biostructural Correction (ABC), Gonstead system, Thompson, Activator, Flexion-Manipulation, myofascial release, rehabilitative and prehabilitative strategies. Neil works with both a structural-corrective, functional, rehabilitative and maintenance approach to patient care depending on what is required.

Neil has helped thousands of people restore function to their body and drastically improved their quality of life by correcting their underlying problems. Whether you are looking for the resolution of a complaint or you want to maximise your health and function, chiropractic can help!

Neil has three main goals for his patient’s:

1 – Correction – helping recovery from injury by restoring normal alignment, flexibility, and strength.

2 – Prevention – by improving physical and neurological function, the body is better protected against future injuries or ailments

3 – Performance – through optimising joint, muscle and nerve function your body can achieve more at home, at work or at sport and play.