As a Dr of Naprapathy I treat and prevent pain and dysfunction in the neuromusculoskeletal system. The word Naprapathy is formed from the Czech word “napravit” meaning “to correct” and the Greek suffix “pathos” meaning suffering. Thus Naprapathy means “to correct or fix suffering”. For me it is important to correct the cause of the suffering, not just treating the symptoms. The following are examples of what you can get help with. If you have a condition that is not shown here, just contact me and I will inform you of what kind of help you can get from a naprapath.
Tennis elbow is an overexerted injury causing pain on the outside of the elbow, making it sore and tender. The condition is not only strongly linked to racquet sports such as tennis, but it can also be caused by activities of daily living. Different types of symptoms may be pain in the outer part of the elbow, tenderness or stiffness.
Lower Back Pain
Pain and stiffness in the lower back are often connected to a long lasting, unilateral and incorrect working position. It is an extremely common condition; however, the symptoms and severity of lower back pain vary a lot.
Identifying the symptoms, along with an accurate diagnosis of the underlying cause of the pain, is the first step in obtaining effective pain relief. A naprapath can help you with this and evaluate whether the pain is severe enough to necessitate an emergency room visit or not.
Sciatica pain is felt in the lower back, buttock or in various parts of the leg or foot. Typical symptoms except for pain may be numbness, muscular weakness, pins and needles or tingling and difficulty in moving or controlling the leg. In order to treat sciatica or sciatic symptoms it is important to evaluate the underlying cause of the problem.
Any type of pain in the knee may be a result of overexertion in both knee and its surrounding structures. Incorrect exercise or too much weight during fitness training is often triggering factors as to why the injury occurs.
Pain in the Achilles tendon is either due to an acute injury or a result of overexertion during a longer period of time. The acute injury may be caused by a strain in the tendon with bleeding and swelling as following effect. Tenseness in the calf muscles might also cause pain in the Achilles tendon. Common symptoms are morning stiffness, pain during and after activity, swelling, muscular weakness and lameness.
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