If you’re wondering whether to choose a chiropractor, osteopath or a physiotherapist for your back pain, you might be surprised to learn the results can be very different. The difference between an osteopath and chiropractor might seem minimal but, look deeper into the methods they use and you’ll find out who is likely to be more effective in treating your pain.
Many people think they need to see their doctor before they see a chiropractor, not realising that they can simply book and pay privately. At London Wellness Centres, we never treat a patient without conducting our own full diagnostic consultation so we become familiar with your body, your health and your fitness first to ensure you are in safe hands when treated.
If you need a back pain clinic, London Wellness Centre’s two London-based clinics are open at weekends, helping to ease the pain of a busy lifestyle. Conveniently located in Canary Wharf and London Bridge, we also have late-night appointments available for shift workers, office workers, busy mums and dads, or anyone feeling the strain of their sedentary day or for professionals such as teachers who can’t get out during the working day.
Deep tissue massage is a type of massage used to relieve muscle tension or limited movement of joints. This type of massage concentrates on realigning deeper layers of muscle and tissue, where the massage strokes help break down pockets of tense tissue that are causing pain. The concentrated pressure on these specific areas releases the tension, allowing for better blood flow and joint movement.
Sudden injuries can be painful. So can waiting for hours at A&E. But what about a chiropractor? London Wellness Centres (LWC) explain why an emergency injury doesn’t necessarily mean a visit to the emergency room.
There’s nothing worse than waking up in severe pain or finding your back has seized up during the night and you can’t get out of bed.
What if your morning run turned out to be more eventful than planned and you turned your ankle?