At Aceso Family Chiropractic in Buckingham we provide specialist treatment to those with shoulder pain. Whether you are beginning to suffer pain in your shoulder and you want to nip it in the bud or you have been a long time sufferer, we may be able to help. So, if you’re in the Buckingham area, get in touch.Read More
Mechanical neck pain is a general term that refers to any type of back and neck pain caused by stress and strain on muscles and joints in that area. Mechanical neck pain often results from poor posture, heavy lifting, incorrect balance and slouching when sitting. Regardless of what is causing the mechanical neck pain, there are ways to treat it.Read More
If you are in Buckingham and are suffering from knee pain, Aceso Family Chiropractic may be able to help. Knee pain can be caused by a number of different reasons. Pain that comes on randomly is often a result of a problem elsewhere. A problem in the lower back, hip or foot can change the way in which a person walks and this can have an affect on the knee.Read More
When we think of chiropractors and muscle and joint pain, we rarely think of elbow pain. However, thousands of people find themselves suffering with elbow pain on a daily basis. It can be difficult to go about daily life with chronic elbow pain and severe pain can make even the simplest of tasks a challenge.Read More
Many people suffer with back pain. 8/10 people in the current population will develop some form of disabling back pain in their lifetime. At any one time 1 in 5 people are experiencing the back pain at any given time.
Each year the NHS spends millions on lower back pain and costs society as a whole millions every year. Guidelines published from the government to GPs recommend early referral for manipulative treatment such as chiropractic to prevent developing a chronic recurring condition.
Hip pain can be caused by a variety of different things and many hip problems are caused by a specific injury or arthritis. However, some incidents of hip pain are caused by a mechanical overload from a problem elsewhere in the body; a problem in the lower back, pelvis, knee or foot can cause a painful problem in the hip. This overload can lead to the muscles around the hip having to work harder and cause hip pain.Read More