Steve's World Blog Information and articles on cities, towns and villages around the world.

September 22, 2017

Visit a Chiropractor

Visit a Chiropractor – If you have a persistent sports injury, have had a car accident and suffered whiplash, or simply have a backache that won’t go away, you could try visiting your local chiropractor to see if they can help you with the pain. Traditional treatments that you are likely to receive from your GP or from the NHS, may not be all that effective in dealing with this kind of problem, so many people seek the help of a chiropractor or osteopath to try to get it sorted. Chiropractors mostly deal with pain which is related to the spine and practise manipulation of the vertebrae in order to alleviate this. Before making an appointment with a chiropractor, make sure they are registered with the General Chiropractic Council, which they should be by law, being registered will give you a guarantee of good practice. When you first contact a chiropractor, they will book you in for a consultation, so that they can get to grips with your specific complaint and get an idea about your lifestyle, in order to move forward with a treatment plan. After this consulation, you can start to get your chiropractic treatments and get yourself free from pain.

July 5, 2017

You Could Try Acupuncture

You Could Try Acupuncture – Have you got aches and pains that won’t go away? Have you been to the doctor a dozen times and never got a solution to your medical problem? Then it might be time to try an alternative therapy such as acupuncture, to see if that can get to the root of the problem. This age old treatment began life in China many centuries ago and has been adopted in the UK more and more over the last fifty years or so. Acupuncture involves inserting fine (very fine) needles into the skin at certain points of the body (not necessarily where the pain is) to open up the energy channels and restore the balance of Chi. Supposedly your life force or Chi flows through channels in your body which are called meridian lines and it is on these meridian lines that the acupuncture needles are inserted. Because the acupuncture needles are so fine, there is rarely any pain felt by the patient, in fact pain may disappear quickly as a result of the treatment. Acupuncture therapy can be used for many different complaints including back pain, sciatica, anxiety, IBS, joint pain, post-operative pain, dental pain and headaches (or migraines). So if you have got pains that won’t go away, have a try at acupuncture, you might just be pleasantly surprised.

Powered by WordPress