A physiotherapist can assess the physical symptoms PMS can have on your body, as well as the risks that can influence or worsen your condition. A physiotherapist can then offer you advice and coping methods to suit your needs. This can include manual therapy, relaxation point stimulation, kinesiotaping or electrotherapy. The effects of PMS may include intense cramps, headaches, constipation and more.
Prolonged posture, leaning forward body, contracted trunk muscles and rounded lower back? Consult your chiropractor.
Chiropractic allows active people to make the most of their activities. Golf, skiing, running or gym; consult us if necessary.
If you have osteoarthritis, a chiropractor can help you. You do not have to tolerate this intense pain.
Intense physical efforts, repetitive movements and other difficult situations can lead to musculoskeletal disorders. Consult early.
Increasing weight causes significant stress on the lumbar region of the spine and pelvis.
Frequent falls and poorly adjusted backpacks inevitably affect your child’s spine. Consult a chiropractor.