At our Cork Chiropractic Clinic we offers patients the very best in professional chiropractic treatments. Our highly experienced and fully qualified cork chiropractor helps individuals with all kinds of ailments, including back or neck pain. A chiropractor is concerned with ensuring that the joints of the neck and back are operating properly. During our day to day lives our necks and backs are exposed to all kinds of traumas. These traumas can be as dramtic as whiplash after a car accdient or as mudane as sitting in front of a computer for long periods.
Getting your spine checked with a chiropractor should be part of your self-care routine just like visiting a dentist, a spinal check should happen when you are pain free and not just when you are in pain.
To schedule a session with our Dublin chiropractor, get in contact with Cork Chiropractic today
Our Cork Chiropractor is available to individuals in Cork City and Cork County.
Why you should visit our Cork Chiropractic Treatment clinic
We have 30+years of experience treating back pain and neck pain.
Our Cork Chiropractor is fully accredited and qualified and a past president of the Chiropractic Association of Ireland.
We are a local Cork City chiropractor, conveniently located only two minutes from the Sarsfield Road Roundabout on the South Link Road.
For additional information on our Chiropractic Treatment services, get in contact with Cork Chiropractic today.
How long does it take to realign a spine?
A spine should spend more time in alignment that out of alignment. We have found that most patients respond to a spine correcting treatment conducted on a twice-weekly basis for 6 to 8 weeks.
Should I get a message or schedule a session with a chiropractor?
This depends on where your pain is coming from. Generally speaking chiropractors address issues with spine alignment while a massage therapist addresses muscle aches and pains.
Do Chiropractors treat pinched nerves?
Yes, our Cork chiropractic treatments include the treatment of pinched nerves.
Treatments like decompression therapy can involve manipulation of the spine which can alleviate pressure on a bulging disc or herniated disc.
What are the symptoms of a spine that’s out of alignment?
Some possible symptoms include: