At Worcester Chiropractic Clinic, we treat a variety of different conditions. Below are some examples. If you don’t see your problem here, don’t worry, contact us to see if we can help.

    • Back Pain 

    • Back pain is one of the most common reasons people consult a chiropractor in Worcester. This can be lower back pain, mid back pain or upper back pain and can come with nerve pain such as sciatica too.
      In almost all circumstances a chiropractor should be the first stop for people with back pain. In much the same way as a dentist has the tools to deal with tooth ache, a chiropractor has the right tools to deal with back pain quickly and effectively. More…

    • Sports Injuries

    • While a very large field, we have particular expertise in the treatment and prevention of sports injuries. Worcester chiropractor David Cooper has particular experience working in sports, having worked with athletes from all backgrounds including professional footballers, ballet dancers, rugby players and cricketers. He has also worked with Olympic athletes, boxers, rowers and more. David holds numerous post-graduate qualifications in the field of sports-medicine. More…

    • Pelvic Girdle Pain

    • Pregnancy can bring about a number of muscle, nerve and joint problems, but one of the most common is pelvic girdle pain (PGP). The great news is that pelvic girdle pain is very easily treated. At Worcester Chiropractic Clinic we have specialist equipment to allow comfortable treatment right the way through pregnancy, and we are very lucky to have chiropractor Beth Rawlings here, who is a pre-eminent pregnancy chiropractor. More…

    • Trapped Nerves

    • Trapped nerves can be incredibly painful. Typically, nerves get pinched where they leave the spine, leading to radiating arm or leg pain. Trapped nerves can also cause weakness, numbness and sensations like pins and needles. The most important element of treating a trapped nerve is to establish which nerve is trapped, where and why. This diagnostic process is something that our chiropractors are experts in and can be carried out very quickly. Another advantage of seeking chiropractic care for a trapped nerve is that treatment can be started immediately and produces excellent results. More…

    • Osteoarthritis

    • Sciatica

    • Sciatica can be extremely painful, causing radiating pain down one or both legs. Fortunately, sciatica responds very well to chiropractic treatment. Chiropractic treatment for sciatica consists of manual therapy, such as spinal manipulation, alongside exercise and lifestyle advice. If you have sciatica, a chiropractor should be your first port of call. More…

    • Headaches and Migraines

    • Over 6 million people in the UK suffer from migraines at least once a month. Fortunately, headaches and migraines often respond to chiropractic treatment. This is because mechanical strain in the neck is the most common cause of headache and migraine, even when there is no neck pain. Our chiropractors have also been trained to treat TMJ pain, which can manifest as headaches. The single most important aspect of treating headaches, however, is the diagnostic process. Accurate diagnosis is our number one priority and is what sets Worcester Chiropractic Clinic apart. More…

    • Repetitive Strain Injuries

    • Frozen Shoulder

    • Perhaps one of the most over-diagnosed conditions, frozen shoulder is a relatively uncommon problem that leads to progressive and painful stiffening of the shoulder joint. There are many other shoulder conditions that can be confused with frozen shoulder, and so the most important element of care is to achieve an accurate diagnosis. This is where chiropractors can be of most help. Our approach at Worcester Chiropractic Clinic is based upon arriving at a specific diagnosis and being able to choose the right kind of treatment for each type of problem we encounter. More…

    • Plantar Fasciitis

    • Plantar fasciitis is a condition in which tissue under the sole of the foot becomes inflamed and irritated. It is usually very simple to diagnose, but sometimes patients get told they have plantar fasciitis when foot pain is coming from another cause. Treatment involves manual therapy, exercises and potentially footwear modifications. More…

    • Neck Pain

    • Muscle Strain

    • Hip Pain

    This list of conditions is not exhaustive. A good rule of thumb is that if you have a nerve, muscle or joint problem our chiropractors should be able to help you.
    Remember, if we don’t think we are the best people to fix you, we will refer you straight to the best people for the job.

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