We understand how debilitating it can be to suffer from pain, aches, stiffness, poor mobility, and recurrent injuries. We also understand that you may be new to chiropractic and may not know a great deal about the benefits in treating many of these conditions. With this in mind, we've put together a few FAQs to answer some of your questions - and to assure you of the effectiveness and safety of the care we offer.
Whether you are in pain or are looking to improve your general wellbeing our team are dedicated to helping you get the best results.
If you have any questions that we haven't answered here, please don't hesitate to email or telephone us and we promise to get back to you quickly.
How quickly will I get results?
Often patients who are in acute pain see a dramatic reduction in their symptoms within a few days. If you have been in pain for months or years it will take longer to provide relief. Your practitioner will provide you with a comprehensive report of your condition so you know what our expectations are for your recovery.
What can you expect from a visit to us?
- To be welcomed to the centre with a smile and friendly greeting and to experience a positivity and vitality you rarely see when going to see other healthcare providers.
- To receive a thorough consultation and physical examination to determine conditions which may be appropriate for chiropractic care.
- To understand the type of care to be administered, and what results may be expected.
- Discussion with the doctor as the care continues, to evaluate both treatment effectiveness and projected duration.
- A clear understanding of our fees.
- Appropriate, ethical care delivered in confidence, with respect for privacy and dignity.
- To be referred to another health care provider should your condition be deemed not appropriate for chiropractic care.
Will I need to perform exercises?
If you want to get the best from your care then yes you will! All patients are provided with a tailored exercise programme to help maintain their flexibility and stregthen stabilising muscles to help minimise the occurrence of future episodes.