Chiropractic is a hands-on, manual therapy with a long history, used to not only alleviate numerous physical problems, but as a preventative measure also.
Chiropractic does not treat specific, named diseases, instead focusing on what it sees to be the underlying, bio-mechanical cause. For this reason, if you suffer from a particular medical condition, chiropractic should be seen as a complementary therapy rather than a substitute for medical intervention.
By seeing a chiropractor alongside other medical professionals you can aid recovery, and the positive effects on your nervous system can help improve your general health too.
It is possible to benefit from chiropractic regardless of age or level of activity; whether you work a physically demanding job, have suffered a slipped disc or general postural problems, it may help you to talk over your condition with the chiropractor at Llandudno and Anglesey Chiropractic Clinics. We are quite happy to offer free advice without you needing to commit to treatment.
Much of chiropractic is based on the spine, pelvis and their associated muscles, tendons and ligaments, as problems here may interfere with the nervous system, resulting in symptoms all over the body.
By alleviating bio-mechanical dysfunction, and helping the different parts of the body move properly, this can have a knock-on effect on your general health and well-being.
Gentle chiropractic care is a suitable treatment for most cancer patients who have additional musculo-skeletal problems, but chiropractic and other complementary and alternative treatments cannot be used in an attempt to treat cancer, irrespective of outcome, as this would be in breach of The Cancer Act 1939.