Are you struggling with lower back pain, sharp stabbing under your shoulder blades or ongoing neck pain? In this case, you may well benefit from chiropractic treatment.
Our highly experienced chiropractors in Doha help a wide range of patients minimize pain, discomfort and improve posture and flexibility through holistic pain management. Whether you work online or at a desk and have developed poor posture over the years or you have whiplash as a result of a recent road accident, we are here to help.
From sciatica to spinal stiffness, we understand how difficult and painful these conditions can be, which is why we provide a wide range of chiropractic treatment options from our Doha clinic.
Chiropractic Treatment & Key Benefits
At Anatomy Rehab, we offer a holistic approach to chiropractor treatments, and we may recommend complementary therapies such as dry needling, soft tissue massage, and ways to minimize inflammation and stress in order to achieve optimum patient outcomes. In doing so, we can provide long-lasting results rather than a quick fix. For more information regarding our chiropractic treatments, feel free to contact our team today.
Our chiropractors are highly experienced to also diagnose your condition and then administer the most effective treatments for your specific problem. Chiropratic treatments include spinal and joint manipulations, soft tissue release techniques, postural adjustments, neural and fascial mobilisations.
Are Chiropractic Treatments Right for Me?
A lot of people think that chiropractic care is only for back problems, but that’s not true at all. Chiropractors can help with all kinds of joint issues that might be causing you muscle or nerve pain. They can even help with joint sprains (when your ligaments get stretched or torn) and strains ( injuries to your muscles or tendons).
Here are some of the most common complaints our chiropractors can help with:
- Neck pain and stiffness
- Low back pain and sciatica
- Numbness or tingling
- Poor posture
- Sports injuries
- Coccyx issues
- Spondylosis/ Spinal osteoarthritis
- Sacroiliac joint dysfunctions
- Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) conditions
- Disc prolapse