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Can We Help You?

People from all walks of life, of all ages groups come to us for all sorts of different reasons.  We consider it our job:-
1) To find out or to detect where the concern/s is/are coming from.
2) To correct the cause of the problem to restore health and not just to relieve the symptom .
3) To preserve the correction and to offer advice in ways to perhaps minimise it’s recurrence.

People say “You only live once,” and “Health is very important.” We don’t gamble with your health by trying to second guess your health condition.

How do we ascertain whether we can help you?

Well a thorough evaluation of your health condition will take place prior to any potential treatment being carried out.

External physical, neurological, and orthopaedic tests will be conducted.  During the consultation the chiropractor may want to take x-rays.  X-rays can be used to check for problems that may not be apparent from an external examination alone, such as vertebral alignment, disc degeneration, proper curvature, scoliosis, and other serious pathology.  This type of thorough examination may highlight any other undiagnosed concerns which may restrict you being a suitable chiropractic patient.

Not all chiropractors are qualified to take x-rays or radiographs, some do not possess an x-ray machine.  As a result are unable to quickly take advantage of the vast amounts of information that can be obtained from them.  All chiropractors at Warrington chiropractic centre are fully qualified in utilising the in house x-ray unit.

A number of patients coming to see us are in high degrees of discomfort and pain, the in house x-ray unit cuts down on NHS waiting times and saves further discomfort and pain by waiting for a hospital appointment.

The consultation process:-

1) Allows us to locate just where your concern is originating.
2) Confirms whether your concern is a chiropractic related problem
3) Ascertains whether you would be a suitable chiropractic patient or not.

Click here to find out what happens next.