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Treatment Sessions at Back2Back Complementary Healthcare in Sturminster Newton

By jspiteri  |  Posted: February 13, 2014


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Suzanne at Back2Back Healthcare explains a little of what happens at the Sturminster Newton centre: "I am often asked when booking a client for the first time, what does the treatment entail? At the first session a patient is asked for their medical history and the nature of the presenting problem. Then an examination of the condition will follow, from then I am able to provide you with a working diagnosis of the problem and how I am going to treat you using a bespoke variety of therapies in a single session by a sole practitioner that you would normally have to seek from several therapists."

At Back2Back Complementary Healthcare, Suzanne who is qualified and registered chiropractor, is also qualified to provide physical therapy, acupuncture, deep tissue massage and nutritional advice if required. Suzanne is also qualified with the use of Low Laser & LED therapy. This type of therapy is proving to be a valuable asset to the treatment, being able to remove knotty muscles painlessly, calm trapped nerves and relax muscle.

Low Level laser therapy (LLLT) uses light at a particular wavelength that the cells of the body are receptive to. The light is absorbed and energy production is increased, speeding up the healing process and increasing the quality of the repair. Trigeminal Neuralgia, Facial pain and other trapped nerves, Achilles Tendonitis, Muscle fatigue, Lymphoedema, chronic low back pain and Venous leg ulcers to name a few have been treated successfully with LLLT.

The scientific evidence, of which there have been many clinical trials proving the effectiveness of this treatment, is overwhelming. Neck pain & whiplash, normally difficult to successfully resolve due to the sensitivity of the area, has a positive outcome, as has sciatica and pain felt under the shoulder blade. The evidence for Age Related Macular disease (AMD) and stroke is rapidly emerging and clinical trials are planned for Parkinson`s and Alzheimer’s.

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