Within the chiropractic profession, this is often referred to as a spinal adjustment. This is a specific form of chiropractic manual therapy which is applied to spinal joints in order to help improve spinal range of motion and reduce any associated muscle spasm and/or nerve irritation or entrapment.
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Our practice boasts its own on-site Digital X-Ray facilities enabling us, where necessary, in making quick and affordable diagnostic decisions before commencing a course of treatment.
The images are recorded on computer and can be easily reproduced and transferred onto other media such as CDs and DVDs. They can also be shared with other healthcare providers electronically should it be necessary to do so. For a nominal cost we can also provide you with a copy of your X-Rays.
Our chiropractic centre is pleased to be able to offer this valuable new service for its patients. Diagnostic ultrasound is a relatively new method for diagnosing soft tissue injury which is instantly accessible and at a fraction of the cost of other scanning techniques
Ultrasound images are typically used to help diagnose: