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Find out more about our treatments below and book online or phone reception on 0141 278 6052. Scottish Government guidance recommends ongoing use of face masks in healthcare settings. In-clinic appointments continue to use PPE throughout and cleaning between appointments. We also use medical grade air purifiers in all treatment rooms.

Video consultations remain an option: Allowing assessment and advice supported by video and email resources while at home or away. Especially relevant if you have underlying health concerns or you want support and advice but there are logistical challenges – find out more about video consultations below and book online.

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Neck Pain

Neck pain and back pain are the most common issues that many people seek chiropractic treatment for, but of course not all neck and back pain presentations are the same. Neck pain can often involve shoulder problems which can often be felt through to the mid back, and both neck and shoulder problems can often involve arm pain and/or headache presentations.

Environmental factors such as work and exercise habits are often involved, so too can mental stress and nutritional factors be a component.

Even with a short introduction it can become apparent how interrelated and overlapping many pain experiences can be. That is why it’s important we take time to understand what is going on in your particular case so that we can recommend treatment approaches that are likely to work for you in the most time-effective and cost-effective manner.

Problems that may be treated include:

  • Neck pain, including associated arm pains
  • Headaches: Including cervicogenic headache (headaches that come from the neck), some Migraines and Tension-type headaches
  • Minor sports injuries
  • Shoulder pains
  • Mid back pain, especially associated with shoulder and low back issues
  • Low back pains - see more on back pain
  • Hip pains and sciatica

Evidence shows that hands on treatment combined with self-care advice and exercises results in better outcomes than either alone, therefore, providing it is appropriate to do so in your case, treatment will often involve a combination of exercises and advice to promote self-care and rehabilitation plus hands-on care such as manipulation or adjustments along with soft tissue work and western medical acupuncture.

Wherever necessary we are happy to work with other healthcare practitioners or personal trainers you may be engaging with as we understand that evidence also shows collaborative care results in better outcomes.

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