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Chiropractors and physiotherapists have some differences and similarities which help you choose one.
Chiropractic

Chiropractic vs Physiotherapy: What Is the Difference?

Are you wondering whether to see a chiropractor or a physiotherapist for your pain? Both practitioners specialize in musculoskeletal health but use different approaches to treatment. In a multidisciplinary setting

Physiotherapy is a hand-on manual approach to keep muscles and joints active and mobile.
Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy; How it Works and What Are the Benefits?

In the pursuit of regaining optimal health and well-being after injuries, surgeries, or medical conditions, physiotherapy plays a vital role in helping individuals. This specialized form of treatment focuses on

Acupuncture is a non-invasive treatment method for anxiety and depression.
Acupuncture

Acupuncture for Anxiety and Stress; Benefits and Risks

Although various medications have been designed to combat anxiety, alternative management strategies exist that have had positive outcomes in the treatment of anxiety such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy aka CBT

TMJ disorder can affect your hearing function as well as causing pain in your jaw.
News

The Link Between TMJ and Ear Pressure

The same issue that causes jaw pain and stiffness can also affect your hearing. Here’s how to manage the underlying condition. How TMJ Is Connected to Hearing Function? Imagine tiny

Chiropractic has various mental health benefits alognside the physical ones.
Chiropractic

How Does Chiropractic Care Help Improve Mental Wellbeing?

In today’s fast-paced world, where stress and anxiety are rampant, many people are seeking alternative and holistic approaches to improve their overall well-being. Chiropractic care, while primarily known for its

Leg Length Discrepancy (LLD) refers to a condition where one leg is shorter than the other.
News

LLD: Navigating Treatment Options for a Balanced Gait

Perhaps you’ve suspected—or been told—at some point by someone (a physician, chiropractor, coach, for instance) that you or your child have “one leg shorter than the other.” Or maybe you’ve