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Welcome to Carse Community Chiropractic

Welcome to Carse Community Chiropractic where we are here to help you help your body work as well as it possibly can do through utilising Chiropractic care and in particular the NeuroImpulse Protocol.

This offers you Chiropractic without the Cracks.

Chiropractic has been known to help with a wide range of conditions and problems from head to toe, front to back and everything inbetween.

Research to date has provided evidence that Chiropractic has been able to help with the following:

Big Three
Headaches Neck Pain Back Pain
Shoulders
Disease Dysfunction Disorder
Injury Rotator Cuff Soft Tissue
Joint Pains
Elbow and Tennis Elbow
Hip and Knee problems from Osteoarthritis
Ankle Sprains   Plantar Fasciitis
Other Problems
Sciatica Cramp Muscle Spasms
Generalised Aches and Pains
Tension and Inability to Relax   Minor Sports Injuries

 

If you would like to know more about how, why and whether Chiropractic could help you with your current problems then continue reading, ring us or fill in one of the forms on this website.

Introduction

Your body is the most advanced bit of kit that you will ever own. Everything that goes on in your body is a result of chemical reactions. These chemical reactions are coordinated through your nervous system and controlled by your brain.

If there is a breakdown in this communication network then your body will not be producing the correct chemicals to keep your body working at its best. Ultimately your brain and nervous system are the master control system for everything that goes on in your body.

Therefore, these critical elements are protected by your skull and spine.

What do we do?

As chiropractors, we focus on one particular aspect; the spine and its relationship to the brain and nervous system. We exclusively address interferences in the transmission of impulses from the brain to the tissues of the body.

Why do we do it?

Carse Community Chiropractic's belief is that chiropractic care, like other health measures, is there to be utilised regardless of an individual's level of health. We all know we can improve ourselves on a daily basis. A perfectly healthy person needs a good diet, regular exercise, proper rest, a good mental attitude and a nervous system without interference. A person at the other end of the spectrum needs the same.

How do we do it without the Cracks?

The technique used by Carse Community Chiropractic is called the NeuroImpulse Protocol (NIP), a neurologically focussed, highly specific and very gentle procedure developed by Dr Neil Davies & taught by him in countries all over the world.

It is a very specific, low force adjusting method which is leading the way in the chiropractic world and is now being brought to Scotland.

What makes an NIP adjustment different?

An NIP adjustment is a hold and impulse technique directed to restore normal neurological function. It is called a thrust but there is none of the force associated with a mechanical manipulation.

It is the speed and the specific direction of the thrust that has a direct and profound effect on the nerve supply to and from the involved area. NIP adjustments are low force by nature and you will not feel or hear any cracking sounds.

What can I expect following an Adjustment?

Chiropractic is not a quick fix and it is not a guaranteed cure all! The symptoms you are experiencing at the moment may have been waiting to surface for a long time and for a whole variety of reasons!

Our aim is a long-term improvement and the maintenance of this improvement in function and health. Therefore, the recommended number of visits and their frequency will be tailored to suit you as an individual.  It is important to remember that your body heals itself but this will require time, effort and repetition.