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Different techniques work for different people and the foremost aim of treatment is working out what is best for you.




Is the technique where by impulses or adjustments are delivered into the joints of the spine and throughout the body that enables those joints to restore its normal function. It is especially helpful for people with osteoarthritis, wear and tear, muscle and nerve pain. Often, relief is immediate and overall this technique delivers great results..

SOT (sacro-occipital therapy)

This is a far more gentle technique that assesses the spine based on the relationship with the pelvis, spine and skull. It uses gentle soft tissue techniques, pelvic re-orientation or ‘blocking’ to readjust the body and allow it to settle.


This technique utilises a tool called an activator which delivers very low level impulses just where it’s needed without stressing the body and local tissues. This is a good technique for those people with osteoporosis or conditions that don’t allow a lot of mobility.

Thompson Drop Technique

Is a gentle system that concentrates on the pelvis and its alignment relative to the body. It works well in conjunction with techniques to enable the practitioner to truly align your spine.


Applied Kineisiology

Is a system that relies on muscle testing to establish the root cause of the problem. Often, there is something that is stopping the patient from making further gains. Whilst it is always important to look at the obvious, sometimes there is something more subtle that can be missed using conventional musculo-skeletal techniques.This is a technique that helps the practitioner test, and then retest the benefit of the adjustments being made.


Deep and Soft Tissue Release

This involves working into the local involved tissues to release the tension. It is always used in conjunction with all adjustments and allows the local muscles to relax and better deal with the changes being made.



Refers to the exercises and stretches that your practitioner will prescribe that will enable your body to accept the changes that are occurring during the recovery process. Some of these will be short lived, but there are some of these strategies that should stay with you for life.


The Niel Asher Technique

TechniqueIsa very useful technique that is proven to be the most effective treatment for frozen shoulder.

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