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At our Hayle Clinic, we can help relieve back pain, joint pain, headaches, frozen shoulder, many kinds of sports injuries and even the stress of a busy lifestyle
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telephone: 01736 759088


 

email: enquiries@cornwallclinic.co.uk


 

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Your Local Specialist

Cornwall Chiropractic Clinic in Hayle includes experts in chiropractic, sports massage, acupuncture, chiropody, podiatry, hypnotherapy, nutrition, reflexology and yoga.

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Maintaining Your Health

We offer immediate pain relief as well as advice on rehabilitation and lifestyle. We can help restore your balance, in both mind and body, helping you live a happy and healthy life.

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Easy And Convenient

Our Hayle clinic is a minute’s walk from Foundry Square car park. We offer home visits, evening and weekend appointments. To find the best therapy for you, just book a free 15-minute consultation.

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Understanding Back Pain

Back pain is the second most common reason, after respiratory disorders, that patients seek help of the healthcare system. Eighty-five percent of people will be disabled by an attack of back pain during their lives, and at any given time 7% of the adult population will be suffering a bout of back pain

 

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Coping with Headaches

Headaches have many causes, and from irritation through to blinding agony, can have can have a dramatic effect on our lives. The main causes of headaches include high blood pressure, reactions to medication, physical impact, and repetitive strain injury, amongst other things. Those headaches that can be helped through chiropractic treatment have their causes in the misalignment of the neck bones and underlying muscle tension.

 

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Managing Shoulder Pain

As well as being extremely debilitating for the patient, successfully addressing shoulder pain requires considerable chiropractic experience  – it is often the most challenging type of pain, both to diagnose and to treat. The shoulder is made up of a complex system of tendons, ligaments and sub structures that can have a direct impact on the health and movement of the shoulder joint. Because the shoulder is both complex, AND linked closely to the back and neck, pain can sometimes be referred as well as due to an inherent problem in the shoulder itself.

 

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Relieving Joint Pain

After lower back pain and neck pain, the most common joint pain chiropractors treat is what is often referred to as peripheral joint pain. This includes pain in the hips and knees, as well as shoulders, hands and feet. Because we use them constantly in our daily lives, these joints are more prone to wear and tear and can often show early signs of arthritis – though as with back pain, the causes of pain in these joints can be influenced by several factors.

 

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Rehabilitation

At Cornwall Chiropractic, we believe that it is not enough for us to resolve the immediate muscle and/or joint issue which is causing your problem. We must also consider other matters such as your posture, how you react to pain, to your environment, fitness levels and even psychological factors too. A range of advice and support is made available which may include bespoke exercises, postural stability, ergonomic education, podiatry, pain coping strategies, and relaxation. The key to all of this is that we work together on a personal plan that works for you.

 

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Treating Sports Injuries

The first thing to say about sport injuries is that the majority are actually avoidable. This may be of little comfort if you are currently injured, but most sports injuries relate to an acute trauma or repetitive stressing of soft tissue, often avoidable by looking at technique, posture and approach. Many occupations such as the building trade, involve the repetitive use of part of the body that can lead to inflammation of the tendons, and other injuries. Children tend to be more prone to suffer a sports injury than adults.

 

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Neck Pain

The bones, ligaments and muscles in your neck support your head and allow for motion. Like the Lower back, the neck is particularly prone to pain and discomfort, caused in particular by poor posture, ergonomics, sleeping posture and injury.

 

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Sciatica

Sciatica is a medical condition characterized by pain going down the leg from the lower back. This pain may go down the back, outside, or front of the leg. Typically, symptoms are only on one side of the body.

 

Some Patient Reviews

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Excellent! I was 34 weeks pregnant and Unable to weight bare, due to my extremely painful pelvis. Three sessions and one week later, I'm back to walking normally. Can't thank CCC enough.

no longer have severe lower back pain

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Shortly after the treatment, I was able to go on a walking holiday to the USA, without fear of pain and immobility. I now see John every couple of months for maintenance, and no longer have severe lower back pain. And I’m really looking forward to a long and happy retirement!

I'll be able to lead a normal life again

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I can’t believe how well I’ve responded. I still have to manage my back, but I’m confident with regular check-ups I’ll be able to lead a normal life again and continue working until I want to.

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NOTE THAT THE CLINIC WILL BE CLOSED FROM 3PM ON FRIDAY 22nd DECEMBER AND WILL RE-OPEN ON TUESDAY 2nd JANUARY 2018 AT 8AM

Cornwall Chiropractic Clinic
21 Foundry Square
Hayle
Cornwall
TR27 4HH
Telephone number 01736 759088
Email enquiries@cornwallclinic.co.uk

For general information and making appointments in person, our Clinic Office is open from 9am-5pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and 9am-1pm on other weekdays. Appointments can also be made online. Outside these times, the Clinic is only open to patients with appointments.

If you have any questions or wish to contact us for any reason, please use the form below. You can also email us at enquiries@cornwallclinic.co.uk or call us on 01736 759088. We’ll do our best to get back to you as soon as possible.

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