We are a diverse team at Chichester Chiropractic Health Centre, offering a fresh approach to health and well-being. We understand that one approach isn’t always whats needed and often a multi-disciplinary treatment plan can be more effective at achieving your long-term health aspirations. Our aim is to help people in the local community manage their pain, increase their mobility and return them to optimal health using a variety of complementary therapies. We tailor our care to each patient and work alongside other each other and external healthcare providers to gives you the best care available.
In addition to our Chiropractic and Massage services, we offer a range of complementary therapies to enable us to offer a comprehensive care service. As the body and mind function together, an issue or imbalance in one area can – left untreated – create further imbalances or outward symptoms. Instead of attending only to localised symptoms we look to treat every individual holistically, that is as a whole. When approached in this manner, dramatic changes can be realised, creating profound effects in one's life.
Over the coming weeks and months we shall be growing our list of practitioners so please stay tuned for further updates!
Massage Therapy with its various styles is the management, manipulation and rehabilitation of soft tissues of the body including muscles, tendons and ligaments. It is suitable for anybody wishing to guard against or recover from a soft tissue injury or tension.
The techniques used by sports massage practitioners have been developed to ensure effective and efficient results are gained from each massage given.
Sports Therapy is an aspect of healthcare that is specifically concerned with the prevention of injury and the rehabilitation of the patient back to optimum levels of functional, occupational and sports specific fitness, regardless of age and ability. Sports Therapists are experts in musculoskeletal disorders. We treat pain and injury through hands-on treatment and rehabilitation. Sports Therapists are not Physiotherapists, but we apply “physiotherapy” skills because physiotherapy is defined as “the treatment of disease, injury or deformity by physical methods such i.e massage and exercise, rather than drugs or surgery.
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