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What is Chiropractic Care and how can it help you?

Chiropractors are qualified health care professionals who diagnose, treat and prevent musculoskeletal conditions and disorders. Chiropractors focus on the intimate relationship between the nervous system and the spine and how the flow of information can be altered through spinal dysfunction.

one of the most common treatment modalities used/performed by chiropractors is spinal manipulation or an "adjustment". 

An adjustment may have effects on: 

- Joint mobility

- Range of motion

- Correct spinal dysfunction

- Nerve irritation


Some common conditions we see are Lower back pain, Sciatica, Neck pain, Headaches, Posture concerns. We also see a wide range of other conditions such a Shoulder pain, Work-related injuries, Whiplash, Leg & Foot pain and much more.


Dr. Saba is experienced in seeing a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions. She has a "hands on" approach to treatment and will customize treatment plans to suit each individuals needs. If you're experiencing any of the following conditions listed below or mentioned previously then feel free to contact us below for more information or to make a booking.

common conditions we see

Lower back pain

Lower back pain

Lower back pain

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Sciatica

Lower back pain

Lower back pain

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Mid-back pain

Lower back pain

Mid-back pain

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Neck pain

Neck pain

Mid-back pain

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Headaches

Neck pain

Headaches

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Posture

Neck pain

Headaches

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Clinical Pilates

What is the different between Clinical Pilates & Pilates?

Clinical Pilates differs from regular Pilates in that it is supervised and prescribed by a health care professional. You get the benefits of traditional Pilates but with the added bonus of an in-depth knowledge of injury, pathology, bodily function, healing and movement patterns.


The benefit of having your Chiropractor utilize their Pilates skills as part of your treatment plan means that you receive individualized programs tailored to your specific needs and you can ensure that all the movements and exercises are safe for you.

Who is clinical Pilates suited for?

Clinical Pilates is suited for anyone and everyone. If you have sustained an injury which you require rehabilitation for, Pilates can be a great way to focus on specific muscles, 

Are the sessions 1-on-1 or group?

At Beyond Chiropractic we offer both 1-on-1 sessions and small group sessions for up to 4 people.  


1-on-1 sessions: If you need extra support, guidance and supervision throughout your workout. these sessions are a great initial starting point if you are looking at rehabbing injuries or you desire the individualized approach. 

Group sessions: we offer small group sessions for up to 4 participants, these sessions are great for those who already have experience in Pilates but still require more support than they would get in a big class setting.


Discuss with your chiropractor which option would best suit your individual needs.

If you would like to find out more about the benefits of Pilates and how it can help you, check out our blog posts for regular updated information.