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About Chiropractic

Your health depends on a properly functioning nervous system. Chiropractic is a science, art and philosophy, which concerns itself with the relationship between the nervous system/spinal column and the function of the body´s organs, tissues and cells.

At Tansey Chiropractic, Paul Tansey DC knows how to examine your spine and care for your nervous system to improve your current state of health and assist you in reaching your body´s full health potential. The goal of chiropractic is to restore the integrity of your nervous system by correcting interference to your spine known as vertebral subluxation. In addition, research has shown that anyone who suffers from recurring symptoms, such as:

  • Neck and back pain Headaches
  • Joint pain
  • Loss of mobility
  • Ear infections
  • Stomach upset
  • Menstrual cramps
  • Asthma
  • Insomnia

Paul Tansey DC address the cause of the problem, bringing the body back to its highest state of health. It is a natural healing treatment that emphasizes the body’s ability to heal itself without the use of drugs or surgery.

Who is Chiropractic for?

Chiropractic is for everyone. With today's growing awareness toward prevention and wellness, chiropractic is playing an integral role in maintaining and improving one´s health and vitality. From birth to seniors, the importance of maintaining a healthy nervous system is imperative to creating 100% health within the body.

What can I expect from my first treatment?

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Your Chiropractor will first assess your general health, previous conditions, and existing symptoms. He or she will then conduct a physical examination to locate the problem, during which time your Chiropractor will make adjustments using the light, dextrous techniques associated with the McTimoney technique. If at any point your Chiropractor discovers or suspects a condition that requires medical intervention, they will refer you to your GP for further tests.

Normally your first visit can last anything between 30 minutes and an hour. During this time, the chiropractor will:

  • Take a full case history, assessing your general health, previous conditions, and existing symptoms
  • Ask your permission to conduct a thorough physical examinations (this will include neurological and orthopaedic tests, if necessary)
  • Take or refer you for x-rays if they are needed.
  • Make adjustments using the light, dextrous techniques associated with the McTimoney technique

You may feel better straight away, or you might experience stiffness or tiredness, particularly after your first session. These effects should last no more than 48 hours and are signs that your body is responding well to treatment.