Conditions We Treat

At Spinal and Sports Care, our staff is trained to treat a variety of conditions ranging from lower back issues, to carpal tunnel, heel spurs to rotator cuff injuries. We have experts in all fields of treatment using a variety of techniques and modalities and work with each patient to ensure we provide quality care tailored to each patient’s procedures and needs.

We want to provide you with an exceptional service online as well as in-practice. In an effort to help you with common problems we have provided some general but very useful information on specific injuries that have been prepared by our specialist Osteopaths, Chiropractors and Sports Chiropractors.

If you have a specific issue not addressed here, or want some more information, why don’t you use our email service ‘Ask an Expert‘ and one of our Team will reply to you promptly.

Neck and back pain can occur with relatively simple movements such as bending or twisting but can also be a result of much more forceful and complex movements in the spine.
Playing sports comes with exhilaration - and risks. Our Sports Chiropractors understand the specific requirements of a wide range of sports.
When we conduct a gait analysis, your feet are only one small piece of your biomechanical puzzle. Running, like most other whole-body activities, is essentially a unique way of moving.
Most injuries involve the muscles, discs, nerves, and tendons in the neck and back. Most people think you have to be in an car accident to suffer whiplash.
Scoliosis is a sideways curve in the spine that is apparent when viewing the spine from behind. Most cases of scoliosis are mild, but severe scoliosis can be disabling.
Headaches are one of the most common pain-related health problems in both children and adults that are commonly treated at Spinal and Sports Care.
Joint stiffness is the sensation of difficulty moving a joint, often accompanies joint pain and/or swelling and is a common finding in the arthritis conditions.
Muscle and ligament tears usually happen when they are stretched beyond its anatomical limit, tearing the fibres.
Athletes in all contact sports have many opportunities to get a muscle contusion (bruise). Contusions are second only to strains as a leading cause of sports injuries.
Sprains and strains are among the most common injuries in sports. An injury can occur from a single incident, or it may gradually arise after many repetitions of a motion.
Sciatica is a term that refers to a burning or shooting pain into one or both legs, usually below the knee and into the foot that may or may not have accompanying low back pain.
Carpal tunnel syndrome is numbness, tingling and weakness in your hand. A frozen shoulder is an inflammatory condition that causes reduced motion in the shoulder joint.
RSI is an umbrella term referring to various different conditions caused by repetitive tasks, or sustained positions. Tennis elbow is a painful condition of the elbow caused by overuse.
Bursitis is the swelling and irritation of a fluid-filled sac that acts as a cushion between a muscles, tendons, and joints. Tendinitis is the inflammation of a tendon.
Knee pain is a common complaint that affects people of all ages. Hip pain is the sensation of discomfort in or around the hip joint.
A heel spur is a pointed bony outgrowth of the bone of the heel. Plantar fasciitis is the irritation and swelling of the fibrous tissue on the bottom of the foot.
A total hip and knee replacement is a surgical procedure in which the diseased cartilage and bone of the joint is surgically replaced with artificial materials.