Dr Graeme Professional Strength Deep Tissue Massager
The Iveson Clinic has been using the Dr Graeme Deep Tissue Massager for many years now. It has been an extremely useful tool to have in addition to our hands on treatments. Although we use it on patients regularly , we also sell these for home use, where appropriate.
This article discusses how it works, who can use it and more information regarding vibration therapy.
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What is Activator Treatment?
An interesting article about Chiropractic Activator technique. What the treatment entails, what it feels like and who it is suitable for.
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Might your hip pain not be coming from the hip?
Pain in the hip area is one of the most common symptoms presented by clients to chiropractic or physiotherapy clinics. Often the problem actually originates from the Sacro-iliac joint.
Pain is usually felt to one side of the lower back, into the buttocks and sometimes to the groin and front of the thigh. For these reasons, it can be confused with hip .
To understand more about pain around the hip, common causes . symptoms and possible treatments, click on the link ( green header) above:
About Andy Murray’s hip surgery
Since the news of Andy Murray’s forthcoming retirement, and the revelation that he hasn’t made a full and pain-free recovery from his hip surgery, we felt it would be helpful to explain a little about the procedure he underwent – the hip arthroscopy…..to read all about this interesting topic, click on the green header above…………
What is Inflammatory Backache?
Many people think of back pain being caused by poor posture, lifting badly or even just ‘wear and tear’.
However, there is another group of patients who suffer from inflammatory backache. Although only a very small percentage of back pain sufferers have this, physiotherapists and chiropractors are trained to pick up possible tell-tale signs. If caught early, this can prevent more complications in later life.
Inflammation of the pelvic and spinal joints can have many causes. The most common is Ankylosing Spondylitis but it can be associated with Psoriasis, bowel inflammation or even a recent infection anywhere in the body…….To read more click on the green heading above……..