What is the McKenzie Method?

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Do you suffer with back pain? 

Does it spread in to your bottom or down your leg?

Are stiff in the morning?

Finding sitting painful?

Struggling to put your socks and dread getting in and out of the car?

Back pain can be extremely debilitating, make us feel old and it can be scary…. will it ever go?  Am I go to be stuck with it forever?  Can anybody help me?  If I go to a Physio will it juts reoccur a week later?

These feelings and are normal concerns

But have you heard of The McKenzie Method?

It is an internationally acclaimed method which has evolved of several decades to be extremely effective in curing and keeping away neck and back pain.

The logical philosophy of care actively involves you in the treatment process.

You are listened to during the assessment phase, taught during the diagnosis and empowered during the treatment phase.

By the end you will not only have resolved your current pain, but have the knowledge and action plan required for a long term resolution from your pain.

Using The McKenzie Method you will

  • Reduce your pain quickly
  • Return to normal daily life quickly
  • Minimise the risk of recurring pain (by understanding your personal risk factors)
  • Minimise the number of return visits and avoid the need to see a spine surgeon

The fog will clear, you will understand your pain and how to treat it and prevent it from recurring.

This approach continues to be one of the most researched methods available for the treatment of back and neck pain, it is a safe and reliable way to reach an accurate diagnosis and make the appropriate treatment plan.

Expensive tests such as MRI’s are often unnecessary.

Thanks for reading…

Kate Markland

Clinic Founder

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