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5 Ways to Kill Back Pain Without Medication

When back pain strikes, it is tempting to choose the fastest pain relief, which is usually over the counter painkillers. However, as chronic back pain is usually a long term issue with a number of underlying causes, medication is not going to get to the root of the problem. It also only offers short term relief, and you can’t rely on pills forever.

There are many ways to kill back pain without medication, but many people don’t explore them with an open mind. Whether you stock up on over the counter pain killers or visit your GP for something stronger, you’ll be masking the symptoms of back pain rather than treating the causes. Read more

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How a Chiropractor can Help

Chiropractors are known for providing alternative treatment for back pain and other ailments – but how exactly do they help the symptoms? Chiropractors use their hands to treat aches and pains in the bones, joints and muscles, using a range of techniques including spinal manipulation. Chiropractic is a manual therapy and is an approved treatment of back pain, neck pain and more.

Take a look at some of these common complaints and how seeing a chiropractor can help reduce the pain. Read more

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What do Chiropractors Treat?

Most people don’t know a lot about chiropractic treatment, apart from it deals with the spine. The most common mistaken belief is that chiropractors treat only back and neck pain. Nevertheless the health profession deals with the entire musculoskeletal system, which includes the whole body. Moreover, some chiropractors also claim to treat other health conditions such as asthma, IBS and infant colic.

What Chiropractors Do?

Here at Canary Wharf Chiropractic we focus on the prevention and treatment of muscle and joint pain. Additionally, we can perform manual therapy which can improve headaches, migraines and dizziness because these are often a sign of something wrong in the spinal nervous system. Read more