What is Chiropractic? 

Chiropractors specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of painful physical conditions that are caused by poor mechanical working of the joints, and their associated ligaments, muscles, discs and nerves. Chiropractors use a variety of manual adjustments that can be applied to any part of the body. The Chiropractors goal is to reduce pain and improve mobility.

Chiropractors use a variety of manual techniques that can be applied to any part of the body; treatment reduces pain, improves mobility and reduces the strain on the structures of the joints, ligaments, muscles, discs and nerves.   

What conditions do Chiropractors treat? 

Chiropractic treatment is extensive and can be used to improve many painful conditions.  

What does Chiropractic treatment involve? 

The Chiropractor performs a consultation and examination. They refer to the patient’s medical history and forms a diagnosis and prescribes a treatment program. Treatment is tailored to the patient’s specific condition; the Chiropractor works with the patient to decide the most appropriate and effective method of treatment. This depends on diagnosis and can involve a variety of techniques: 

Joint Therapy

  • Manual adjustments and manipulation to the spine and other joints in the body 

  • Mobilisation of the joints and muscles 

Specific Chiropractic Techniques 

  • High velocity drop technique (low force joint mobilisation) 

  • Flexion Distraction (used for spinal disc conditions) 

  • Activator Tool (used for low force joint adjustment) 

  • Blocking Technique SOT (low force spinal treatment) 

Electrotherapy (for use on muscles, tendons and ligaments) 

  • Ultrasound  

  • Laser Therapy

  • Interferential Electrotherapy 

Massage Therapy (for use on muscles, tendons and ligaments) 

  • Sports/Deep Tissue Massage Therapy 

  • Fascial release 

  • Frictions (used for Tendonitis) 

Supportive Treatments 

  • Acupuncture / Dry Needling (pain relief and muscle spasm) 

  • Ice Therapy (pain relief and inflammation) 

  • Heat Therapy (relieving muscle spasm) 

  • Kinesio-taping (muscle and joint function) 

Rehabilitation 

  • Exercise Programs 

  • Posture, ergonomic and lifestyle advice 

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Prices for Chiropractic Services

Chiropractic

  • Initial Consultation (30 mins): £38
  • Initial Consultation & Treatment (45 mins): £55
  • Treatment: £40

X-rays

  • One area: Two x-rays: £60
  • Two areas: Four x-rays: £75
  • Three areas: Six x-rays: £90
We are pleased to offer care packages for Chiropractic and Physiotherapy which provide a discount on our fees:

Acute and Well-being Health Care Packages 

For Chiropractic and Physiotherapy treatments

  • 4 treatments: £152
  • 6 treatments: £216
  • 8 treatments: £272
  • 10 treatments: £320
  • 12 treatments: £360

As a multidisciplinary practice, The House Clinics are able to combine the expertise of our Chiropractic, Physiotherapy, Massage Therapy, Podiatry and Chiropody practitioners to offer a unique and exceptional service to our clients. Please speak to your practitioner if you have any queries about other services we offer.

If you have any queries, do not hesitate to contact us.

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Common Questions

What is Chiropractic?

Chiropractors use a variety of manual techniques that can be applied to any part of the body; treatment reduces pain, improves mobility and reduces the strain on the structures of the joints, ligaments, muscles, discs and nerves.

What conditions do Chiropractors treat?

Chiropractic treatment is extensive and can be used to improve many painful conditions.
  • Headaches
  • Migraines
  • Whiplash
  • Shoulder Pain
  • Neck and Arm Pain
  • Tennis / Golfers’Elbow
  • Wrist / RSI Pain
  • Back Pain
  • Sciatica
  • Chest / Rib pain
  • Back Pain in Pregnancy
  • Hip Pain
  • Knee Pain
  • Ankle pain
  • Trapped Nerves
  • Muscle Spasm
  • Sports Injury
  • Muscle and Ligament Strain

 What does Chiropractic treatment involve?

The Chiropractor performs a consultation and examination. They refer to the patient’s medical history and forms a diagnosis and prescribes a treatment program. Treatment is tailored to the patient’s specific condition; the Chiropractor works with the patient to decide the most appropriate and effective method of treatment. This depends on diagnosis and can involve a variety of techniques:

Treatment includes:

  • Manual adjustments and manipulation to the spine and other joints in the body
  • Mobilisation of the joints and muscles
Specific Chiropractic Techniques
  • High velocity drop technique (low force joint mobilisation)
  • Flexion Distraction (used for spinal disc conditions)
  • Activator Tool (used for low force joint adjustment)
  • Blocking Technique SOT (low force spinal treatment)
Electrotherapy (for use on muscles, tendons and ligaments)
  • Ultrasound
  • Laser Therapy
  • Interferential Electrotherapy
Massage Therapy (for use on muscles, tendons and ligaments)
  • Sports/Deep Tissue Massage Therapy
  • Fascial release
  • Frictions (used for Tendonitis)
Supportive Treatments
  • Acupuncture / Dry Needling (pain relief and muscle spasm)
  • Ice Therapy (pain relief and inflammation)
  • Heat Therapy (relieving muscle spasm)
  • Kinesio-taping (muscle and joint function)
Rehabilitation
  • Exercise Programs
  • Posture, ergonomic and lifestyle advice

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