Treat the cause, not the symptoms 

Chiropractic Care 

The goal of your care at Clifton Road Chiropractic is to restore function of your spine. With Chiropractic care, you may find that you are feeling better, in less pain, have more energy and are more flexible. 

What We Do - from pain relief to wellness 

Chiropractic is a healthcare profession with its own distinct principles and practice. Chiropractic has a primary focus on the musculoskeletal system and the effects on the nervous system. Chiropractic is now the third largest healthcare profession in the world after Dentistry and Medicine. 
 
We will start by working to relieve your pain. If you choose, you can further with your care. With corrective chiropractic, you can restore balance to your body and the curves of your spine. Maintenance care will allow you to address the stresses of daily life and the effects it has on your spine and body. 
Chiropractic treatment consists of safe, often gentle, specific adjustments to free joints and other areas of the body that are not moving correctly. 
This safe effective treatment is supported by advice on the use of ice, gentle rehabilitative exercise and lifestyle changes. 

What We Treat 

About half of all patients who consult a chiropractor, do so because of back pain. However, chiropractors also treat many other conditions. 
 
There is scientific evidence to support the effectiveness of chiropractic treatment for low back pain, neck pain, and certain types of headaches including migraine as well as disorders of peripheral joints such as shoulders, elbows, wrists, hands, hips, knees and feet. 

Techniques 

Your Chiropractor may also talk to you about positive lifestyle changes that you can make, such as integrating exercise and proper nutrition in your daily life. We also give out home care instructions when appropriate, such as applying ice to the problem area, as well as doing some rehabilitation if needed. 
The techniques that may be employed to treat you include: 
manual procedures, including spinal or joint manipulation or mobilization, soft‐tissue and reflex techniques; 
exercise, and other active care; 
psychosocial aspects of patient management; 
patient education on spinal health, posture, nutrition and lifestyle modifications; 
emergency treatment and acute pain management; 
other supportive measures, including the use of back supports and orthotics; 
recognition of the limitations of chiropractic care, and of the need for referral to other health professionals. 
We will make sure that you are as comfortable as possible during the adjustment, though you may feel some discomfort if you are already in tremendous pain. We welcome your feedback at all times and encourage you to let us know the moment you feel you are not tolerating the adjustment well. 
 
Give our team a call and see if we are able to help you.