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neck, jaw & back pain


Conditions treated include headaches, jaw, spinal and pelvic problems such as sacro iliac and/or sacro lumbar (low back pains); cervical (neck) and thoracic (trunk) spinal problems, vertebral disc, sciatica (pain in the nerve in the leg), scoliosis and other similar structural conditions.

Jaw disorders can have symptoms that have far-reaching consequences for your health and well-being. Apart from the most obvious ones such as pain/discomfort, other symptoms can include:


  • Teeth grinding

  • Cranio facial pain

  • Headaches and Migraines

  • Clicking of the jaw

  • Problems opening the mouth

  • Problems with chewing food

  • Neck and shoulder pain

  • Ear pain and/or ringing in the ears

  • Feeling dizzy

  • Feelings of numbness and/or tingling


Neck and back pain are often linked to cranial or head injuries.  These are often the most undiagnosed causes of pain and therefore a common untreated physical problem. Because injury involves nerves and muscles that hold the head on the shoulders, a system of reactive muscles comes into play and this also affects the stability of the hips and pelvis, becoming a major player in the cause of lower back pain.



Specific kinesiology tools are used to determine why structural pain exists and and structural and neurological  corrections are made to correct imbalances and ease ongoing pain.


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