YOUR PATH TO HEALING
Understanding the Language of the Body’s Symptoms
Your symptoms can be understood as the language of your body. Symptoms arise when chronic disorders in the body can no longer be compensated. Quite some time can pass in between! Chiropractic is based on a global conception of the functioning of the body and the relationships between the spine, the nervous system and certain health disorders. It thus takes into account the recuperative faculties of the human body. Chiropractic is therefore a natural, non-drug, preventive as well as curative response.
Spinal Pain – Back Pain
- Nervicalgia (torticollis, whiplash, whiplash, etc.)
- Back pain (pain between the shoulder blades, „intercostal neuralgia“ (without neurological symptoms), etc.).
- Low back pain (lumbago, lumbar sprains, etc.)
- Osteoarthritis, scoliosis, herniated discs (without neurological symptoms), sciatica (without neurological symptoms), „sciatica“ (without neurological symptoms), „cruralgia“ (without neurological symptoms), „cervico brachial neuralgia“ (without neurological symptoms), etc.
Joint Pain at the Extremities
- Shoulder: Shoulder tendinitis (supraspinatus, long biceps), frozen shoulder
- Elbow: epicondylitis, epitrochleitis, loss of strength in the hands
- Wrist: carpal tunnel syndrome, lunate dislocation.
- Hip: gluteal tendonitis, hip arthrosis.
- Knee: gonalgia, wiper syndrome, knee sprain, crow’s foot tendonitis
- Ankle: sprain, achilles tendonitis, lameness…
The Body as a Whole
Many patients report improvements in a number of symptoms for which they may not have been seen initially.
- Some stress-related pathologies: Anxiety, Sleep Disorder, Some forms of Migraines…
- Premenstrual syndrome, painful menstrual syndrome.
- Digestive disorders
- Infantile Colitis
However, current scientific knowledge does not allow us to conclude that these effects are systematic. Chiropractic treatment is never a substitute for medical treatment, but rather a complement to it in the interest of the patient. In case of doubt, the chiropractor will not hesitate to refer to his doctor.
The most common injuries
- Cervical Spine Syndrome /
Neck Pain & Stiffness
Headache / Migraine
- Shoulder Pain / Frozen Shoulder
- Neck-Shoulder-Arm Syndrome
- Thoracic Syndrome
Chest & Rib Pain
Upper, Mid or Low Back Pain
- Lumbar Syndrome
- Sciatic Pain / Discomfort
- Disc Prolapse / Disk Protrusion
- Spinal Stenosis
- Blocked Sacroiliac Joint / Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome
- Hip Pain
- Extremities Pain & Numbness (Arms and Legs)
- Hand Pain & Numbness
- Thumb Pain
- Knee Pain / Runner’s Knees
- Archilles Tendon Pain / Irritation
- Ankle / Foot Pain
- Vertigo, Dizziness
Other Possible Problems
- Sleeping Disorder
- Balance Disorders
- Menstrual Pain
- Low Stress Tolerance
- Chronic Fatigue